In today's day and age where the need for ready access to data on the move via portable storage devices is something most people cannot afford to go without, it would make sense that such devices will need to be able to offer more in terms of storage capacity and user confort. And leave it
Sony called their USB flash drive, Micro Vault and recently, the company has announced their new Micro Vault P series in Singapore with capacities of from 4GB to 64GB. The P series claim to be more sleek and compact which allows users to carry with them conveniently.
With external storage devices such as portable hard disks now being neccessities for keeping one's data portable, it would make sense that users will crave products which allow them to show off their individuality in a sea of similar-looking devices. And as far as Seagate is concerned, the best way to fulfill such a need
Apple's range of Time Capsule products might not be the most exciting products in its range, but for Apple users they're among the easiest ways to create a backup of important data. Apple has added additional storage space to its Time Capsule while the prices have remained the same, which sounds like a pretty decent
During Computex we took the opportunity to talk to ASMedia, a local Taiwanese company that is known for its USB 3.0 host controllers, but makes so much more. So don’t be afraid, click on through for a visit to the world of USB 3.0, SATA 6Gbps and much more.
Kingston has another interesting product announced today and it's a storage solution known as the Wi-Drive for Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod users. Due to the limited storage capacity of Apple's mobile gadgets, this portable storage solution certainly has its potential. It allows up to three Apple users to store, share and even stream content
What's new in the Memory, Storage and SSD segment today at Computex 2011? Read on to find out more!
VR-Zone gives a round up all the latest and greatest Memory, Storage and SSD products from Computex Taipei 2011. *Constantly Updated*
Gigabyte's fashionable 2.5" A2 portable HDDs, bundled with a carrying case, features an USB 3.0 interface, a heat-proof enclosure, shock absorbers, an activity LED, and a three year warranty.
With this new GoFlexAccess app, you can now share and stream your music, photos and videos wirelessly from your phone to your GoFlex home network server easily. Available free on iPhone and Android phones.
Available in 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb variants, these ultra-durable flash devices deliver data transfer rates "four times faster than typical USB 2.0 drives" over an USB 3.0 interface. They are shock resistant and water-proof, making them ideal partners for working in rugged environments. The Flash Voyager USB 3.0 flash drives, covered by a 10 year
Available in 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb, the Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX memory cards from Sony have a maximum transfer rate of up to 50 Mb/s – the fastest in the world.
Kingston Digital, independent world leader in memory products, takes mobility a step further with the launch of its DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G2 flash drives.
Taipei-based Team Group Inc. has expanded its line-up of portable flash storage solutions with the addition of the SR1 and SR3 flash drives, Measuring 67 x 22 x 13mm, the stylish drives are shaped like sports cars and feature a USB 3.0 (SR1) or USB 2.0 (SR3) connector. The SR1 series, available in capacities of
PQI has unveiled the Traveling Disk U281V, expanding its portfolio of flash drives. Measuring 70.5 x 18.4 x 8.6mm and weighing 9.5g, the compact storage device features a USB 3.0 interface and offers data transfer speeds up to 70 Mb/s (read) and 30 Mb/s (Write). Available in 8Gb, 16Gb, 32Gb, and 64Gb capacities, the Traveling
Icy Dock has released the MB881U3-1SA, a USB 3.0 docking station supporting one 2.5" and 3.5" SATA/ IDE HDDs and SSDs. It features a USB 3.0 interface, removable aluminum stand for mobility, and works with both PC & Mac systems. The easy to use MB881U3-1SA is bundled with a low profile power adapter for 3.5
Akasa is a company with a very wide products range, with most of them focus around computer cases, accessories, power and cooling products. Today we are going to have a look at one of their case accessories, the Baymaster S, which promises to make the 3.5” bay of your computer case useful again.
Gigabyte is preparing to release its Pure Classic series of portable hard drives. Measuring 120 x 81 x 14mm and weighing 150g, the 2.5" hard drives are available in USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 models.
PQI, one of the world's largest storage and memory device manufacturers, has launched the Intelligent Drive U819V. Measuring 31.5 x 14.8 x 7.3mm and weighing 3.6g, the tiny flash drive features a USB 3.0 interface and is touted to be the "world's smallest USB 3.0 traveling disk". Available in 4Gb, 8Gb, 16Gb and 32Gb capacities,
As always, everyone wants to cash in on the latest trends in the industry and in this case we're talking about SSD caching. If you're not thinking about upgrading to Intel's Z68 chipset but like the sound of SSD caching technology, then HighPoint might just have what you want in the shape of its RocketHybrid