News tagged ‘storage’
Monday, 13 Aug 2012
Toshiba will be increasing production of hard drives by about 35% in the next three years to meet increasing demand from data centers and PC manufacturers.
Tuesday, 24 Jul 2012
With a ultra-portable slide design, the rugged Supersonic Rage XT comes with plug-and-play compatibility. Available in capacities of 32GB and 64GB, it is backed by a 5-year warranty.
Tuesday, 17 Jul 2012
A line of SATA hard drives specifically designed for home and small office NAS systems with one to five drive bays, the 3.5-inch WD Red hard drives come in capacities of 1TB, 2TB, and 3TB.
Monday, 16 Jul 2012
Available in capacities of 500GB, 750GB, and 1TB, the AC232 features an innovative anti-slip, anti-shock soft rubber with a stylish tropical ocean pattern, and comes equipped with maximum read and write speeds of 112MBps and 109 MBps respectively.
Wednesday, 11 Jul 2012
SanDisk Launches Fastest Memory Cards for Mobile Devices & Speedy and Slim High Capacity USB Flash Drives
SanDisk has announced its fastest mobile memory card, the Sandisk Extreme Pro microSDHC UHS-I card, as well as an entire suite of USB flash drives which includes SanDisk's fastest, thinnest and highest-capacity USB products.
Tuesday, 3 Jul 2012
QNAP has released the Qfile and Qmanager mobile apps for iOS and Android mobile devices, which allow users free Turbo NAS remote management and monitoring solutions.
Wednesday, 13 Jun 2012
It was unearthed that the 'self encrypting' feature which Kingston had marketed on both the SSDNow V+200 and KC100 lines run in 128-bit AES encryption mode, not the originally stated 256-bit mode.
Tuesday, 5 Jun 2012
Intel gave us an update of Thunderbolt technology's latest development in the industry today. However, not all devices are supported on the PC (yet).
Monday, 4 Jun 2012
Backed by a 5-year warranty, the Apacer AS610 SSD features the SATA 3Gbps interface with a sequential read speed of up to 550/530MBps.
Thursday, 26 Apr 2012
On the surface, Google's Google Drive is simply just another cloud storage service introduced by one of the biggest tech companies on the planet. However when you go just a little bit deeper in Chrome OS's direction, you will start to see just how much sense it makes.