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Turn Your Old Hard Drive Into A Bench Sander

04/04/2010, Can’t decide what to do with your old redundant 20GB hard drives? You could always open them up, attach some sandpaper to the platter and turn it into a machine that will help you sandpaper stuff. That’s what this user did with his hard drive,...

OWC Mercury Elite-AL Pro mini 1TB portable drive

03/09/2010, OWC has launched its OWC Mercury Elite-AL Pro mini 1TB portable drive, claimed to be the first ever 2.5-inch 1TB drive that ships with a quad interface. It sports eSATA, USB 2.0, and FireWire 400/800 connectivity on the body of its brushed aluminum,...

New Hard Drives To Spell The End Of Windows XP?

03/09/2010, Despite the release of Windows 7, there are still many users out there who are clinging on desperately to Windows XP. Now it seems that it may not be Microsoft who will force users to ditch the venerable OS, rather hard drive manufacturers. A recent...

Strobeshnik Hard Drive Clock

03/06/2010, If you can’t figure out what to do with your old hard drives lying around the floor, you could always try and emulate what modder Svofski has done. Dubbed the Strobeshnik, it’s a hard drive that’s been turned into a clock that uses a...

Toshiba has brand new hard drive for the enterprise market

02/17/2010, Folks who deal with the enterprise market will be pleased to know that Toshiba has a brand new small form factor hard drive which offers high performance in a power-efficient small form factor, boasting a top capacity of 600GB. As part of the new MBF...

Recycled Hard Drive Clock

02/06/2010, We’ve seen some pretty wacky hard drive clocks in the past, and here’s one that will probably look quite comfortable on your desk. Done by the folks over at TEcoART, it’s made from a recycled hard disk, and the clock dial is an actual...

Samsung EcoGreen F3EG hard drive

02/03/2010, Samsung goes green with their latest EcoGreen F3EG hard drive that comes with 2TB of storage space which spans across a quartet of 500GB platters. Using Samsung’s EcoTriangle technology that comprises of eco-friendly components, low-power and...

Samsung Stylish And Rugged Hard Drives

01/08/2010, Samsung has announced its line of stylish and rugged hard drives at CES 2010. You’ll be able to pick them up in 3 different physical sizes, 1.8”, 2.5” and 3.5”. The drive should be tough enough for it to survive drops and also...

Seagate BlackArmor PS110 USB 3.0 portable hard drive

01/05/2010, [CES 2010] Seagate introduces yet another peripheral for notebook owners with their blazing fast BlackArmor PS110 USB 3.0 portable hard drive performance kit which packs in a 500GB 7200RPM 2.5″ portable hard drive, its power cable and PC express...

Seagate Momentus Thin

12/14/2009, This just in – the Seagate Momentus Thin is finally announced on an official basis by the folks at Seagate, and as we promised, here are more details about this 7mm thin 2.5″ hard drive which is the slimmest of its kind in the market. It will...

WD Gives An Additional 11% Storage

12/12/2009, Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, it seems that we can never have enough storage space on our computers, and as such, it’s great news to hear that Western Digital has developed a technique that will provide us with more usable space out of a...

Imation Pro WX Wireless USB Hard Drive

11/19/2009, Imation has officially started shipping what it dubs as “the world’s first Wireless USB external hard drive”, which is the Imation Pro WX Wireless USB Hard Drive. It’s basically a 1.5TB hard drive, which will connect to your...

Hard drive clock

09/16/2009, Isn’t it great to be a DIY enthusiast? You’re always on the lookout for something new to do with old stuff, and the hard drive clock is one of them thanks to Polish modder mb1988 who ensured this hard drive clock is a success thanks to the use...

Samsung Spinpoint F3 unveiled

07/29/2009, Samsung has just unveiled its Spinpoint F3 hard drive that targets high-end computing environments. The F3 is able to operate at 7200RPM, coming in various capacities of up to 1TB, where this is made possible by using a couple of 500GB per platter disks....