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Deal of the Day: Fantom GreenDrive Pro GDP2000EU 2TB eSATA and USB 2.0 External Hard Drive with 2 Year Warranty for $79.99 plus Shipping after Rebate
Our Deal of the Day today is the Newegg - Fantom GreenDrive Pro GDP2000EU 2TB eSATA and USB 2.0 External Hard Drive with 2 Year Warranty for $79.99 plus Shipping after Rebate!.
Offer: This 2TB 7200RPM external hard drive with 32MB buffer, USB 2.0 & eSATA connectors, and 2 year warranty is just $79.99 after a small $10 rebate (expiring 2/23/11). Shipping comes out to $4.99.
Our Deal of the Day today is the Dell Small Business - Buffalo 2TB DriveStation External Hard Drive for Only $59.99 with FREE Shipping.
Offer: A GREAT buy on a 2TB external hard drive! If you need external space for your laptop or desktop, this is a great one to consider. Hurry before they expire it!
OCZ's Vertex Pro 3 is set to put the SSD market on fire by offering a blazing 550MB/sec maximum read and 500MB/sec maximum write speeds. This speed is attained by OCZ using the new SandForce SD-2500 controller which it sports.
The SSD has been tested by a bunch of sites today and it's mostly the same conclusion - this is the shiznit. Anandtech even says it's "the first drive that really needs a 6Gbps interface." The drive isn't available yet and the hardware included is not final, but once it hits retail it's sure to shake things up considerably!
Deal of the Day: 2TB Fantom GD2000EU32 GreenDrive eSATA/USB 2.0 External Hard Drive for $89.99 with FREE Shipping!
Our Deal of the Day today is the Buy.com - 2TB Fantom GD2000EU32 GreenDrive eSATA/USB 2.0 External Hard Drive for $89.99 with FREE Shipping!.
Offer: Buy.com has the Fantom GD2000EU32 GreenDrive 2TB eSATA/USB 2.0 external hard drive with 32MB cache and 2 year warranty for just $89.99 with FREE shipping. There's no rebate to send in this time too.
Yesterday I told you that Plextor has their new Marvell controlled, SATA III M2 Series SSD available but we have yet to find one in the wild as of today. We did learn that Corsair managed to beat both Plextor and Crucial to market with their new Marvell drive. The Corsair Performance 3 is now in stock and shipping from Newegg.
Prices are as follows, 64GB (164.99), 128GB (319.99) and the massive 256GB (749.99 USD). The Performance 3 Series carries a price premium over the SandForce based Force Series but the Performance 3 drives are a lot faster on paper (we have yet to test a retail unit). The Force Series delivered 285MB/s read and 275MB/s write speeds. The new Performance 3 Series is capable of delivering 430MB/s read and 320MB/s write when a 256GB drive is used.
In a few days we will have a big announcement from SandForce. 2011 is going to be a great year for solid state drives, stay tuned!
Hit the source link to go to Newegg's Performance 3 listings.
Plextor's New SATA 6Gb/s Solid State Drive Available Now
In the State of Solid State 2011 we predicted that Plextor would be the first to market with a Marvell 88SS9174 controlled SSD and what do you know, we were right. Plextor is claiming that the new M2 is now shipping in the US with speeds up to 480MB/s read and 330MB/s Write. This new controller is the final version of what we tested from ADATA several months ago, the difference being that the controller is now ready for retail.
Personally I can't wait to get my hands on the new drive to see if it lives up to the hype we've been hearing since last June. The timing couldn't be better either since there is now a shortage of 3Xnm flash and many companies are moving their SandForce SF-1200 production to 25nm flash modules. The 25nm flash will work out really well for next generation SSDs but are causing headaches for unsuspecting owners who are finding their SF-1200 drives with 25nm flash to perform slower than the drives we've tested over the last year and two months. Look for a full story in the coming days as we are wrapping up putting the pieces together.
Click for the full story to get pricing information and the full press release.
Plextor is all ready to start telling you about their new SATA 6G SSD today but will first have to overcome a small hurdle with their web security. At this time the US website has been hacked by some loser who thinks it's cool to go around tagging their name all over the place. Hey guys, go get a can of spray paint and put your name all over your mamma's basement where you hang out on weekends.
Seagate has been in the storage business for years and year and is one of the largest companies in the market. It started to branch out of traditional storage along ago and moved into some storage products that would not only allow you to store you digital content, but play that content back to other devices as well. Two of those storage and steaming devices are the GoFlex TV and FreeAgent Theater+ HD.
Seagate has announced that it has a new app for both of the devices that will work on the iPhone. The app will allow the streaming of content from anywhere in the home using an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. The app looks like the interface for the media players IR remote according to Seagate.
Using the app the media player devices can be controlled from anywhere inside the home using WiFi. The app will let the user search and navigate through the photos on the media player and the network and will operate any and all media players on the user's WiFi network. The app is a free download.
Drobo has been around for a while in the consumer market with a really cool enclosure that you can put four HDDs of any capacity or brand into and get RAID protection and data security. The Drobo consumer devices are very good for backing up data, but aren't really large enough for a business that has large quantities of data.
Drobo has announced a new business line of gear and among that gear is a new 12-bay SAN called the B1200i. The 12-bay device has smaller siblings that include the 8-bay B800fs and B800i units. The business units are aimed at higher performance than the consumer line and all have been verified to work with enterprise software.
The Drobo business line will work with Citrix, Exchange, SharePoint, Symantec backup, and VMware. The entry-level unit is the B800fs and it is aimed at network file sharing and can be used for remote backup. The B800i us a SAN that is designed to deliver content over iSCSI for a work group storage system. The NB1200i adds extra redundancy features with data-aware tiering and thin provisioning as an option. The two 8-bay units are available now with the B1200i shipping later.
Deal of the Day: Coupon Code for Buffalo Tech 2TB DriveStation Axis Black External USB 2.0 Hard Drive for $79.99 with FREE Shipping!
Our Deal of the Day today is the Dell Small Business - Coupon Code for Buffalo Tech 2TB DriveStation Axis Black External USB 2.0 Hard Drive for $79.99 with FREE Shipping!.
Offer: This is a GREAT deal on a 2TB BuffaloTech DriveStation Axis external USB 2.0 hard drive. Use coupon code: R2RLD7LT?JP22M to drop the price down $30 from $109.99 to $79.99 with FREE shipping. This expires 2/6/11. If it shows out of stock, you can still order it with coupon anyway. Get it while you can.