News tagged ‘hdd’
Thursday, 12 Apr 2012
The latest addition to its mobile hard drive family, the Scorpio Blue is also the 2.5-inch drive with the lowest power consumption on the market. Compatibility with industry-standard 9.5mm slots make them the ideal storage for notebooks, including Ultrabook devices which require a 7mm drive height.
Friday, 24 Feb 2012
Right now, Ultrabook prices are a little out of reach for some consumers, while others may complain about its small storage space. Both issues are directly associated with the Ultrabook's reliance on SSDs, but hybrid drives might just be the solution that PC manufacturers are looking for.
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012
Thermaltake launches the Max 5G 2.5-inch External Hard Drive Enclosure and the Max 5 Duo SATA HDD Rack. Their enclosure offerings allow portable storage solutions on-the-go as well as hot swappable drives without the need to reboot or restart the desktop system.
Monday, 13 Feb 2012
Developed by a group of scientists led by the University of York's Department of Physics, the new heat technology allows for 10 times storage capacity and 300 times performance compared to current disk drives.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
Reportedly offering up to 18% faster sequential I/O than its predecessors, the 2.5-inch Ultrastar C10K900 is available in capacities including 300GB, 450GB, and 600GB.
Tuesday, 13 Dec 2011
Intel has lowered its Q4 revenue expectations to be between US$13.4 and US$14 billion. The revised figures are down approximately 6 to 9% from the earlier expected revenue figures of between US$14.2 to US$15.2 billion.
Tuesday, 6 Dec 2011
A facility shutdown previously due to the Thailand floods resumes operations a week ahead of its scheduled production date.
Tuesday, 29 Nov 2011
Is SSD finally going to displace the mechanical hard disk drive? According to Kingston, it is, and that's going to take place in the second half of 2012.
Friday, 25 Nov 2011
It was going to happen sooner or later. Manufacturers, who are now facing a dire shortage of hard drives due to the floods in Thailand, have announced that one they will raise their notebook prices by 2 to 3 percent.
Tuesday, 8 Nov 2011
Replacement and repairing capital equipment in the flooded plants will lead to large increases in capital equipment, with the cost likely to amount to $1 billion.