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Solar Ivy Lets Your Whole House Gather Solar Energy

02/10/2010, Solar technology is certainly interesting, and the more development goes into it, the cooler stuff we’ll get in the future, right? The folks over at SMIT (Sustainably Minded Interactive Technology) are running for a grant to get their Solar Ivy...

USB hard drive enclosure hooks up via DVD connector

02/04/2010, With necessity being the mother of all inventions, Alec who required a way to hook up an IDE DVD drive using USB decided to use the circuit board of an old USB hard drive enclosure, connecting it to his DVD drive instead. The results were almost...

Sony approves 500GB external USB hard drives for PS3

02/03/2010, Folks living in Japan who own a Sony PS3 will be pleased to know that the company has given its nod of approval for a couple of 500GB external USB hard drives which are meant for console use only. The two are the Buffalo HD-AV500U2 (as seen above) and the...

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...

Too Late USB flash drive

02/01/2010, Now here’s a new USB flash drive for your to consider – the unorthodoxly named Too Late USB flash drive. Being both practical as well as stylish, these colorful portable storage devices comes with an integrated digital LCD watch alongside a...

Thermaltake Silver River II hard drive enclosure

02/01/2010, Thermaltake is normally associated with cooling products for the computer, but this time round their new Silver River II hard drive enclosure brings a touch of elegance to your desktop. Made out of aluminum, it was designed to hold 3.5″ hard drives...

Novac external hard drive connector

01/28/2010, Are you a paranoid android who needs to make constant backups for your backups? Novac has something that might suit you then – a new external hard drive connection which basically allows you to clone any 2.5″ and 3.5″ SATA hard drive or...

Bandai Japan launches GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive

01/27/2010, Bandai Japan has rolled out the GNO3 Gundam USB flash drive which will come in a various capacities, presumably 1GB, 2GB and 4GB. It will also come pre-loaded with the GN03 game, allowing you to have some downtime from your work at the office to release...

Pumpkin King Jack Skellington USB flash drive

01/25/2010, Pumpkin King Jack Skellington now has a removable head thanks to him coming in the form of a USB flash drive, where you can choose from 4GB, 8GB or 16GB capacities. Constructed out of impact-resistant plastic, the Jack Skellington drive is pretty much...

Game Boy Advance Flash Drive

01/22/2010, The Game Boy has undergone a fair number of mods to date, but how about the Game Boy Advance? Well, the latter’s cartridges are pretty nifty for some DIY mod work as with the case of this Game Boy Advance Flash Drive. Capable of holding up to 16GB...

Super Talent TeraDrive SSDs

01/22/2010, Super Talent has introduced a new TeraDrive SSD (solid state disk) that was specially designed to cater for high end enterprise and database server applications. Also known as the TeraDrive FT2, this SATA 3Gbps SSD has its roots in the SandForce SF-1500...

Panasonic 48GB and 64GB SDXC memory cards

01/20/2010, Panasonic has just released its 48GB and 64GB SDXC memory cards alongside a USB card reader which is capable of handling the SDXC format with aplomb. You will find that both cards come in the Class10 speed range, enabling it to hit a whopping 22MB/sec....

IO-Data LAN DISK XR

01/20/2010, IO-Data has unveiled its LAN DISK XR which is currently on schedule for an early February release. This new NAS is capable of holding up to a quartet of 3.5″ hard drives, boasting a maximum of 1TB of storage space. Since hot-swapping capability is...

Lockheed Martin and their IronClad USB flash drive

01/19/2010, Lockheed Martin ensures that you get the best levels of security possible with the IronClad USB flash drive which will come with a minimum of 8GB of storage space, where you will also find your precious data within protected from nasty viruses thanks to...