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pureSilicon Renegade R2 SSD

10/26/2009, pureSilicon has released its latest SSD in the form of the Renegade R2, where it is one tough puppy by meeting MIL-STD-810F standards while boasting 255 MB/s read performance and 180 MB/s write performance which ought to satisfy even the most hardcore of...

Brinell external hard drives look lovely

10/23/2009, Brinell of Germany has rolled out its collection of external hard drives that look anything but that. This is made possible thanks to a really updated design on its exterior that makes one want to purchase one of these almost immediately in order to...

Teradata Blurr concept appliance

10/20/2009, Teradata recently previewed their concept appliance known as Blurr to its partners, where this device will be based on SSD technology that ought to see it hit a whopping 55,000 IOPS (Input/Outputs per Second) per SSD by getting around traditional...

Dane-Elec releases USB 3.0 hard drives

10/19/2009, Dane-Elec has just announced its new range of So SuperSpeed hard drives and SSDs which will play nice with the soon-to-come USB 3.0 standard. These drives are capable of hitting a phenomenal speed of 250MBps which is around ten times the rate of USB 2.0...

Samsung Plus memory cards coming your way

10/16/2009, Samsung Electronics look set to roll out the Samsung Plus memory card range later this month in Taiwan, where it will comply with the Secure Digital class 6 ratings for performance. Depending on the type of devices you use, you can choose the Samsung Plus...

Iomega StorCenter ix2-200 NAS

10/08/2009, Iomega further expands their collection of NAS devices with the StorCenter ix2-200 NAS, where this dual-bay NAS server can be set up in RAID 1 configuration for additional data protection. Unfortunately, it still retains its predecessor’s main gripe...

Lexar JumpDrive SAFE S3000 FIPS review

10/08/2009, There are USB flash drives, and then there are USB flash drives. We recently got our hands on the Lexar JumpDrive SAFE FIPS certified USB flash drive and have taken it out for a spin. Don’t think that all USB flash drives are alike – some of...

Aviator 312 USB 3.0 External SSD

10/06/2009, Active Media Products has just rolled out a first – the Aviator 312 line of USB 3.0 external solid state drives. These will come in varying capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, and can support read speeds of as much as 240MBps as well as write speeds...

Western Digital My Book drives receive display

10/06/2009, How else are you going to improve your hard drive when competition in this sector gets tough? Western Digital decided to throw in an ebook-like display that is able to stay visible even when the My Book is not powered, showing off details such as the...

QNAP TS-410 NAS

10/05/2009, QNAP’s latest TS-410 NAS model will target home and home office users, where it retails for $449 without a hard drive to get you started. Inside, you get a decent 800MHz Marvell processor, although other hardware specifications aren’t much to...

Buffalo DriveStation HD-HXU3

10/02/2009, Following the footsteps of the Freecom USB 3.0 hard drive, along comes the Buffalo DriveStation HD-HXU3 which will also conform to the USB 3.0 standard, where it is able to hit a maximum speed of 125MB/s where data transfer is concerned, making it up to...

Mercury On-The-Go Pro 1TB hard drive

10/02/2009, The Mercury On-The-Go Pro 1TB hard drive is the first of its kind, since it relies on a 2.5″ configuration instead of the standard 3.5″ at that size. There is one drawback with all that space though – you would have to be a very patient...

4GB USB Scent Drive

09/29/2009, Work can be a very stressful affair, so why not lighten up the mood at the office with the 4GB USB Scent Drive? After all, it not only holds up to 4GB of your important data, it is able to emit your favorite aromatherapy scent whenever plugged in....

Freecom USB 3.0 hard drive

09/29/2009, USB 3.0 is not a standard that everyone is used to just yet as it is still in its infancy, but that doesn’t mean companies like Freecom will sit back and let the opportunity to make money pass them by. No sir, Freecom has just revealed its USB 3.0...