Cameron Johnson |
Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am |
We look at Seagate's 11th gen Barracuda series HDD in 1TB form to see how far things have come for mechanical storage. Read the review.
We look at a neat little flash drive from Apacer with a big storage capacity and enhanced compression/security features. Read the review.
We spin up an enterprise class 750GB RAID Edition hard disk from Western Digital to see if the extra cost is warranted. Read the review.
Lars Göran Nilsson |
Today we look at a feature-packed Network Attached Storage device from Thecus which boasts many connectivity options. Read the review.
Today we look at a large capacity Scorpio series 2.5" HDD from Western Digital which boasts excellent performance. Read the review.
Shawn Baker |
Is Shanes love for Blu-ray justfied? Let's have a look if ASUS contiues to bring a smile to his face with the BC-1205PT. Read the review.
Cameron Wilmot |
We look at Corsair's new Flash Padlock series, designed to keep your data protected like Fort Knox when on the move. Read the review.
With huge 1 terabyte HDDs now much easier on your wallet, we check out one of these monsters from Hitachi today. Read the review.
Today we have a look at snazzy external storage solution from Seagate with fast eSATA connectivity and more.. Read the review.
HighPoint's new RocketRAID 2314 controller is under the spotlight which offers ability to add more eSATA to your system. Read the review.
Today we are speed testing the Super Talent DH series of pen drives to see if it can be the world's fastest - read on! Read the review.
The hype says the Corsair Flash Voyager GT is one of the fastest USB drives on the market - we put that to the test! Read the review.
Mike Wright |
Scythe has developed a new gadget assisting you in flash card reading (18 types) with the added bonus of FDD support. Read the review.
Large, heavy, and fragile - we look at why hard disk drives are quickly becoming outdated by solid state drives (SSD). Read the article.
Need more storage? HighPoint RocketRAID 2340 controller supports up to 16 hard drives and a whooping total of 12,000GB! Read the review.
External hard drive enclosures are not a new thing but these types of toys with support for SATA drives certainly is! Read the review.