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.
We take a look at three different external storage drives, compare them against a DIY option and take them out for a spin in our lab to determine the right one for you. Intrigued? Keep on reading for the results and our thoughts.
The LOTIS PMO 12GB packs a punch when it comes to mass storage in a matchbox. Its price however might be a stumbling block to some.
The CoolerMaster X Craft 250 with its decent backup software is a solid extension to the X Craft line of HDD enclosures.
Jetdrive aluminum HDD enclosures are some of the sexiest enclosures out there and will certainly appeal to Apple fans.
The Qnap Qback-25's solid construction and propriety backup software makes it one of the better 2.5-inch HDD enclosures around.
The Gstor Mini from ExcelStor is a compact 8GB Pocket Hard Drive with useful preinstalled Ceedo software that protects your data and privacy.
Need a portable drive that can store your data as well as comes fully installed with programs you can use on virtually any computer? Look no further as the Emtec Giga Cube is loaded with these features.
Users will definitely fall in love with the credit card sized PQI U510 card drive that only measures 3mm in thickness. What you are looking at is portable storage at its best.
Excelstor's latest external storage drive is more than just a portable hard drive. The GStor Secure Mobile Storage device comes with hardware-level encryption that secures your data from unauthorized access, so much so that the drive is rendered unusable without the proper authentication.