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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...

LG XF2 announced

01/13/2010, Folks living in South Korea will be pleased to hear of the LG XF2′s announcement, where it is also known as the Art Cinema multimedia player. Touted to arrive at store shelves later this April, the XF2 is small enough to hold in one hand, where you...

Panasonic and Toshiba SDXC cards out soon

01/13/2010, Remember the SDXC memory cards that we looked at last year? Having being announced at CES 2009 (did you notice that those guys at the SDXC booth this year used the same banner as last year’s?), both Panasonic and Toshiba are very close to rolling...

Kingston SSDNow V+ line going cheap

01/13/2010, Just before you turn your back on SSDs for their relatively high price compared to hard drives, allow Kingston to change your mind with a $79.99 price point for the Kingston SSDNow V+ line from this February onwards. While 30GB is not going to make you...

Rebit SaveMe software and backup drives

01/07/2010, [CES 2010] You never know when disaster might strike, and the same holds especially true when it comes to your precious data on your computers and notebooks. Rebit knows this, and has rolled out SaveMe – its new line of backup drives and software....

Netgear Stora offers virtual warehouse for your home network

01/06/2010, [CES 2010] The Netgear Stora deals with something many of us tend to neglect – organizing all your digital content in one location which is easy to manage and access. With the Stora, you are able to centralize all your digital media, while enabling...

Lexar Echo SE and ZE USB flash drive

01/06/2010, [CES 2010] Lexar’s Echo SE USB flash drives help preserve data within your machine, where it is capable of performing automatic backup and transfer of all your work files. It can hit read speeds of up to 28MB/s and write speeds up to 10MB/s....

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...

Eye-Fi Pro X2 8GB hits CES

01/05/2010, [CES 2010] We’ve seen our fair share of Eye-Fi devices in the past, and this time round the company has unveiled its latest product – the 8GB Eye-Fi Pro X2. Powered by Eye-Fi’s proprietary X2 engine, it brings high-end memory card...

Iomega VClone: clone and use your PC anywhere

01/04/2010, Anyone who has been working on multiple computers knows how hard it is to keep everything in sync. There are several strategies that all have their own pitfall, but Iomega takes it to the next level: VClone lets you literally take your operating system,...

Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station

01/04/2010, [CES 2010] Iomega rolls out its latest pocket-friendly NAS device to the masses, known as the iConnect Wireless Data Station. This simple method of introducing your entire USB storage into a network enables you to connect, share and access files anywhere,...

LG XG1 Chic external hard drive

12/30/2009, LG’s latest external hard drive comes in the form of the XG1 Chic, where you will be able to choose from 1TB, 1.5TB and 2TB capacities. You can choose from black or white colors, and it certainly looks nothing like your standard external hard drive...