01/10/2012, [CES 2012] So we took a gander at the LG N1A5 network attached storage, and here is another model that professionals and power users might want to look into – the LG N2T3 model that sports a 2-bay hard drive, supporting up to 4TB of storage space as well as a slot DVD writer. This plug-and-play setup will deliver a choice between selective mirroring or RAID support, depending on whichever […]
01/10/2012, [CES 2012] Here is something that you might actually mistake for an older generation Apple TV from far off – the LG N1A5 network storage system. Sporting 1TB of storage space, this integrated NAS (Network Attached Storage) will offer mobile and Web access thanks to iOS and Android support, and also boasts of an automatic PC folder backup. Accessing your content on the LG N1A5 should not be an issue […]
01/10/2012, [CES 2012] Seagate has been working hard to extend the storage capability of mobile devices like tablets and mobile phones. At CES 2012, the company is showing a GoFlex 4G LTE prototype (although the company doesn’t officially name it that way) that uses Verizon’s 4G LTE network to stream content, but also to provide an internet connection to up to three mobile devices. Yes, that’s right, this Seagate 4G LTE […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] Bigger is better, right? That is what SanDisk believes when it comes to flash memory storage, and hence they have announced the 128GB SDXC memory card which has enough space to stash away up to 10 hours of Full HD 3D video, which is more than enough to film through an entire sitting of the Lord of the Rings Trilogy (standard edition), leaving some room to goof around […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] Verbatim takes the rugged route this time around with the Store ‘n’ Go Micro USB Drive Plus that would certainly place safety above all else as you concentrate on making sure you have copied the correct files for your big presentation. It does not matter if you are a student, businessman, photographer or road warrior, Verbatim intends for their new Micro USB Drive Plus to be the ideal […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] The Iomega StorCenter ix2 is being updated at CES 2012. Like the previous version, it is a very complete multi-drive system that can be primarily used as a network storage and backup system, but it does much more than that. Let’s pull back, and start by the new external design: Iomega has a new design that uses brushed metal and matte colors, which makes the unit look very […]
01/09/2012, [CES 2012] As the EZ Media name suggests, the Iomega EZ Media & Backup Center is for those who want a hefty storage size (up to 3TB) and functions like media streaming, without the setup headaches (in theory, we haven’t tried it yet). On the paper, the Iomega EZ Media has pretty much all the functions that one may want from a home networked storage server (including bit-torrent). Just like […]
01/06/2012, Sony is a champion of proprietary formats, and have been for quite some time already, especially with their Memory Stick format that has irked quite a fair number of Sony fans who wished at times that the Japanese company might be a bit more lenient and include SD memory card support in some of their devices. Well, today marks another momentous affair in Sony’s long history with the release of […]
01/05/2012, Lexar cranks up the gear a notch with the introduction of their latest memory card of the Compact Flash variety, proudly introducing the industry’s first 1000x CF card. Yes sir, just like cars, memory cards can never be fast enough, where it touts an eye popping 150MB/s read speeds, and has been tested to record data streams at up to 20MB/s. Videographers and photographers will definitely throw envious glances at […]
01/05/2012, Western Digital has just introduced the My Book Live Duo, a personal cloud storage system that will let you enjoy the benefits of shared storage as well as remote access alongside double-safe backup, or you have the option of settling for the increased capacity of a dual-drive system with RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) technology. Playing nice with both Mac and PC platforms, the My Book Live Duo will […]
01/03/2012, The folks over at the FCC have recently gotten their hands on the Transcend StoreJet Cloud, which in essence is a wireless storage device. Having first made an appearance earlier last December, it finally arrived at the doorsteps of the FCC to gain a collective stamp of approval before it hits the mass market. Basically, the Transcend StoreJet Cloud will function as a wireless hard drive which will hook up […]
12/27/2011, One of the drawbacks to the iPhone is that unlike the iPod classic, by default you will not be able to use it as a mass storage device, meaning that if you did not happen to bring your external hard drive or a USB flash drive with you and you needed to copy over some files, you’d be out of luck, but that’s where ego&company steps in with their “ego […]
12/22/2011, Love Mercedes-Benzes? Well if you can’t afford one, how about the next best thing in the form of a replica, and not just any replica, but a replica that also doubles up as an external hard drive? If so you might want to check out the Flash Rod Mercedes SLS with a 2.5” unit hidden within the model itself.
12/21/2011, We’re not sure why anyone would want to own the “smallest USB stick in the world”, but if you wouldn’t mind owning one even if purely for novelty purposes, you might want to check out Deonet’s offering of such a device that’s so small you will require a corded fob to ensure that you do not lose it.