Buying advice: Why your next notebook should have a USB4 or Thunderbolt 4 port
The new Thunderbolt 3 will be the USB-C that does it all

The new Thunderbolt 3 will be the USB-C that does it all

Intel just announced the new Thunderbolt 3 standard that uses the USB-C port and it will be compatible with other protocols such as USB, DisplayPort and PCI Express.
A feature on Seagate Backup Plus Fast (4TB)

Seagate Backup Plus Fast vs. Western Digital My Passport Pro - Battle of the 4TB Giants

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.
G RAID with Thunderbolt (8TB) review

G RAID with Thunderbolt (8TB) - Only Enthusiasts Need Apply

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.
Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt 500GB (HA-PATU3) review

Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt (500GB) - Dual-Interface Portable HDD

The Buffalo MiniStation Thunderbolt has brought a breath of fresh air for portable hard disk drives with its option for USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt interfaces. Read on to find out if Thunderbolt can deliver better than USB 3.0 for a typical HDD based external drive.
Promise Pegasus R6 review

Promise Pegasus R6 - Instantly Change How You View Direct-Attached-Storage

Engineered to showcase the raw power of the Thunderbolt technology, does the Pegasus R6 6-bay multi-drive DAS solution really justify its price tag of S$2,029? Read on to find out.
ASUS Launches First Thunderbolt Add-On Card - The ThunderboltEX

ASUS Launches First Thunderbolt Add-On Card - The ThunderboltEX

The long awaited Thunderbolt expansion card from ASUS has finally launched and we managed to take a closer look at this speedy connectivity option and which motherboards are applicable.
Sony Vaio Z 2011 (Core i7, SSD RAID, Power Media Dock) review

Sony Vaio Z (2011) - Z For Luxury

The Sony Vaio Z is the physical representation of what Sony's "no compromises" promise actually means. This 13-inch ultra thin and light notebook sports a high-end quad-core Core i7 processor, a full HD screen, nifty design touches and a handy dock that vastly increases its multimedia capabilities. We find out if the new Vaio Z can fulfill its marketing promises.