External Storage Guide
External Storage Articles
Buffalo, one of the pioneers of USB 3.0 external storage, now offers the MiniStation Plus portable hard drive. It features a blazing fast USB 3.0 interface and a suite of performance enhancers, making it the head of Buffalo's herd.
Most people don't backup their files because it's a tiresome process. The Clickfree Wireless Backup Drive comes with software to help backup data automatically. We find out if it works.
Seagate's strutting its new series of portable drives called GoFlex, which is probably one of the most upgradable and versatile drives out in the market at the time of review. Easily swap out the default USB 2.0 interface with optional eSATA, FireWire or USB 3.0 connectivity. So how does this new entry fare as a whole? Read on to find out.
Our digital lifestyle on-the-go demands ever larger portable storage for the photo-filled holiday trips or even the daily work synchronization between office and home. We check out seven 500GB portable drives from Hitachi, Iomgea, Samsung, Seagate, Verbatim and WD.
Portable external HDDs are a dime a dozen, but few are as sleek and good-looking as the Samsung S2. We dig deeper to see if it's more than just another pretty face.
Sarotech's latest entrant for the Wizplat series of casings features a very familiar bookish design but it manages to stands out on its own.
Freecom unveils its ToughDrive Pro U & F, a portable hard disk drive that hopes to answer consumer needs for greater data protection from the physical hazards of portability.
Featuring 32GB of ultra portable storage goodness and a supposed 150x read speed, the Patriot Xporter XT is all set to deliver.
Sarotech makes your data encryption personal with the Sarotech Cutie Bio, a 2.5-inch portable HDD enclosure that sports a biometric lock to secure your data.
We did promise you we would review the Western Digital My Book when we got it and well, the time has come. Read on as we lay our hands on this fine brushed-metal black, paperback sized external storage unit and run this 750GB baby through its paces.