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OCZ Octane announces “world’s first” 1TB SSD

10/20/2011, One of the reasons why the MacBook Air is popular, apart from its slim profile and looks, would be the SSD that it uses that allows for a speedy boot, read and write time. Unfortunately while we’d all love to sport SSDs in our computers, their limited...

Super Talent USB 3.0 Storage POD Enclosure

09/30/2011, With USB 3.0 promising faster transfer rates, we’re sure that there are many users out there who would love to get their hands on a USB 3.0 external hard drive, but the good news is that instead of spending $80-$100 on a new USB 3.0 external hard drive,...

Triple SATA HDD Multi-Function Dock

09/28/2010, We’ve previously seen SATA hard disk multi-function docks in the past, but how many of those allow you to dock up to three 3.5”drives? The SATA HDD Multi-Function Dock is capable of supporting up to three SATA 2.5″/3.5″ drives up...

Buffalo SHD-NHPU2 PATA SSDs For Your Older Notebook

04/15/2010, Folks who are looking for a SSD drive to put into their older notebook don’t have to worry about the lack of a SATA connector on the notebook, as Buffalo has come up with its SHD-NHPU2 PATA SSD. Since it uses the older PATA connector, instead of the...

UNITEK USB 3.0 to SATA Adapter

12/28/2009, Brando’s UNITEK USB 3.0 to SATA Adapter, also known by the model number Y-1034, is a computer peripheral worthy of your money, time and attention. Why do we say so? It breathes new life into your SATA/IDE hard drives, where it will connect those to...

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...

Chocolate bar SATA hard drive case

09/14/2009, Love chocolate and are a geek at the same time? You’ll go all wobbly in your knees with these silicon cases that will encase your 2.5″ SATA hard drives from scratches and minor shocks, coming in Chocolate Brown, White Chocolate or Strawberry...

Macbook Pro 1.5 Gbps SATA To Reduce Costs? Not a Chance

06/15/2009, There’s some buzz this morning about the 2009 Macbook Pro exhibiting SATA 1.5Gbps speeds (the previous models have a 3Gbps SATA hard drive controller) and from the first benchmarks, it looks like disk performance is logically lower, if you have a...