Samsung SSDs are amongst the quickest around. And if you crave for such performance when on the go, Samsung has got the Portable SSD T1 for you. We find out if this new external hard disk drive lives up to Samsung's reputation for producing fast flash drives.
Whether by chance or calculated planning, both Seagate and Western Digital recently released 4TB portable external hard disk drives. While Western Digital’s drive offers Thunderbolt connectivity, Seagate is adamant that USB 3.0 will suffice. We pit the two against each other to find out which is better.
Recognizing that cloud storage has become a big part of our lives, a host of new devices aimed at allowing users to have their own personal cloud has emerged. Here's an overview of the devices out there that can enable you to have your own personal cloud.
Toshiba has just revealed their new key products for 2013. There are several a couple of new notebooks powered by Intel's latest fourth generation Intel Core processors; a Tegra 4 tablet; portable external hard drives; as well as some other peripherals as well.
The G RAID with Thunderbolt packs two fast spinning 7200rpm hard drives in a sleek aluminum enclosure and can be configured for either RAID 0 or 1. Is this the external hard drive for enthusiasts? We find out.
The Transcend ESD200 is unlike other portable external hard drives because it packs an SSD as opposed to a traditional mechanical hard disk. However, can its USB 3.0 interface take full advantage of the SSD's performance benefits? We find out.
Over the weekend, Seagate held an exclusive event just for our readers, showcasing their latest Wireless Plus portable hard drive.
The Seagate Wireless Plus is the company’s latest mobile wireless media streamer that allows the user to share content with up to eight devices simultaneously. We see if it improves on its predecessor - the GoFlex Satellite
USB 3.0 has become commonplace now, and so has 1TB portable hard drives. We take a look at six of the more recent USB 3.0 1TB portable units using 2.5-inch drives to find out which is the best.
Backed by a limited lifetime warranty, the speedy SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 64GB flash drive boasts file transfer rates of up to 190MB/s, and includes the SanDisk SecureAccess software to safeguard your data. Pegged at a steep S$140, we find out if it's worth your bucks.