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Transformers 2 USB flash drive becomes official

12/08/2009, Long after the summer blockbuster is over only does the official Transformers 2 USB flash drive get released. Strange move, this, but we presume those involved in the movie have long made their millions, and a USB flash drive as a merchandise is never...

Verbatim SSD Secure ExpressCard

12/03/2009, Verbatim’s SSD Secure ExpressCard has just hit the European market, bringing the first ExpressCard SSD which will come with AES 256-bit hardware encryption for added peace of mind. You can choose from 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities (the 64GB model...

Super Talent CFast storage cards

12/03/2009, Super Talent has the need for speed with the new range of their CFast storage cards that boasts SATA interface, offering improved, unmatched write/read performance speeds. The Super TalentCFast boasts a bandwidth of 375MB/s – that is an amazing four...

Buffalo Puchikawa USB flash drives

12/02/2009, Buffalo’s latest line of Puchikawa USB flash drives will come in Framboise, Blueberry and Pistachio colors, which is pretty strange to denote colors as food items, although being from Japan, something quirky would definitely be the norm. Out...

Intel SSD firmware 02HD unveiled

12/02/2009, Intel’s 34nm X25-M G2 SSDs aren’t exactly one that makes your pulse race with anticipation, mainly due to its wide range of seeming defects and problems. Well, nice to know that Intel isn’t going to sit around all day doing nothing,...

Pogoplug 2 announced, looks great

11/20/2009, Cloud Engine has shown us the next-generation Pogoplug. The multimedia sharing device uses a new beautiful industrial design that allows it to expand significantly from the first model: it is now possible to connect four USB hard drives to increase the...

Sharkoon SATA hard drive station gets USB 3.0

11/19/2009, Sharkoon of Germany’s SATA hard drive station boasts USB 3.0 connectivity, where the Sharkoon SATA Quickport USB 3.0 aims to ease the passage of cloning, migration and forensic drive analysis in a speedier manner. After all, USB 2.0 drive stations...

Wink 16GB flash drive

11/16/2009, Wink claims that their 16GB flash drive is the smallest on the planet, and check out just how small it is in the comparison image which shows it sitting nicely beside a standard dice. Perhaps, just perhaps, this could be a gamble that pays off, but...

New Corsair Flash Survivor GT USB flash drives

11/13/2009, It is Friday the 13th today, and while some of us out there who are worried about running into a whole lot of bad luck, here’s some good news – Corsair has announced two new Flash Survivor GT USB flash drives which ought to be able to handle...

LaCie Network Space 2

11/03/2009, LaCie’s Network Space 2 is the company’s latest NAS and media server designed by the famous Neil Poulton who already has had a hand in a bunch of previous LaCie products. Preloaded with LaCie Network Assistant, the Network Space 2 will enable...

Data Robotics goes ‘SMB’

10/29/2009, Data Robotics, the company behind Drobo, a cool storage system, has plans to build enterprise storage. To that end, Data Robotics has raised $10M from various investors. If you have not heard of Drobo, it’s a multi-hard drive storage system that is...

CNS iodd external hard drive

10/26/2009, The iodd external hard drive from CNS of Korea will not only transport all your precious data and stash it somewhere safe just in case the primary hard drive on your computer fails, but it also enables users to install programs straight from the iodd as...

Intel updates 34nm X25-M Gen 2 SSD performance

10/26/2009, Intel has made sure that their 34nm X25-M Gen 2 SSD will perform better than ever thanks to the new SSD Toolbox that will include an SSD Optimizer which allows users to monitor and manage the SSD’s health more effectively. Apart from that, the 160GB...

Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB Boot Drive

10/26/2009, Kingston underlines their flash storage pedigree by revealing the latest device, the SSDNow V Series 40GB Boot Drive. This highly affordable 40GB SSD is meant for your operating system and other key applications to reside on instead of its traditional...