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Eiffel Tower USB flash drive

03/26/2010, Forget about forking out a huge amount of money to go to France and bring back a piece of its memory in the form of an Eiffel Tower paperweight or other equivalent souvenier. The Eiffel Tower USB flash drive which holds 8GB of data inside might just do...

Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt USB 3.0 portable hard drive

03/23/2010, The Buffalo MiniStation Cobalt USB 3.0 portable hard drive is definitely the way forward, as it is capable of connecting at speeds of up to 5Gbps. Meant to take full advantage of USB 3.0 when it proliferates most devices in the near future for quick...

LG XD6 Jewelry external hard drive

03/22/2010, LG has introduced its XD6 Jewelry external hard drive in South Korea, where it will target women who want to tote their data around in style. Coming in a 2.5″ form factor, you can choose from Titan and Violet colors to adorn its aluminum case,...

HP MediaSmart Server EX495 Review

03/16/2010, Although home servers can be very convenient for managing files and backups, they are still not ubiquitous in homes and small businesses. The main reasons for that: home servers can sometimes be a pain to setup and manage. They have also been PC-centric,...

Western Digital My Passport AV portable media drive

03/10/2010, Western Digital has rolled out a new range of My Passport AV portable media drives, where it will offer a seamless plug-and-play experience for digital media enthusiasts. After all, there is a growing number of game consoles, camcorders, TVs, DVRs,...

Corsair Force Series SSDs announced

03/04/2010, Corsair, a well known brand leader when it comes to flash memory is back with the Force Series SSDs that tout outstanding SATA II performance thanks to an innovative SSD processor technology courtesy of SandForce Inc. When used in tandem with MLC flash...

Sonnet Fusion DP800P2 RAID system

03/03/2010, Sonnet’s latest Fusion DP800P2 RAID system is capable of offering up to 16TB of storage space by virtue of holding up to 8 hard drives inside, where you can choose from 4TB, 8TB, 12TB and 16TB arrangements as default. Alternatively, you can also...

Paraben Porn Detection Stick

03/03/2010, Porn is a multi-billion dollar business, and we just wonder how many hours of productivity has gone down the drain at work simply because someone could not keep his/her raging hormones in check. Well, to weed out all doubts and contemplation, the Paraben...

Thecus N4200 NAS comes with 6D technology

03/01/2010, One of the latest Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices from Thecus, the N4200, sports 6D technology, as it comes equipped with 1GB RAM and an Intel D510 1.66GHz dual-core processor. Relying on its dual DOM technology, one is able to benefit from two...

Sanho Hyper Drive Album

02/25/2010, Sanho’s 640GB Hyper Drive Album is something worth checking out, as it boasts an unbelievably fast data transfer rate of 2GB per minute including full data verification, alongside full speed support for CompactFlash UDMA 300x and SD Class 10 memory...

Kingston DataTraveler 310 hits the deck

02/23/2010, Kingston has released the first 256GB USB flash drive in the US under the guise of the DataTraveler 310, where it will oust the 256GB DataTraveler 300 that was made available last July in the Asia/Pacific and Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. What...

CompactFlash 5.0 offers 144-petabyte capacity

02/22/2010, The CompactFlash Association has a brand new 5.0 standard that will increase the addressing from 28-bits to 48, resulting in an exponential gain in the amount of storage. This would mean the new format is capable of hitting 144-petabytes (PB) once flash...

Comcast Secure Backup & Share online file backup service

02/19/2010, Comcast has rolled out its online file backup service known as Secure Backup & Share, targeting its range of broadband Internet customers. It is interesting enough that Comcast seemed to have forgotten about their bandwith cap and “network...

1TB SSD to be as small as a postage stamp

02/11/2010, Trust the Japanese to come up with ever smaller devices, thanks to the wonders of miniaturization. It seems as though a team of Japanese researchers are currently working on a new kind of technology which is able to shrink the size of SSDs more than 90%...