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Deonet unveils the “world’s smallest” USB stick

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...

Super Talent Storage POD Mini SSD

12/20/2011, The world of SSD is a strangely unexciting one, except perhaps to enthusiasts and those who love building computers from scratch, and here is another SSD option for you to consider if you are about to construct a new rig for Christmas – the...

Monster Digital to unveil LeMans series of SSDs at CES 2012

12/19/2011, Monster Digital, the company known for their memory cards, may be taking their business in a new direction and capitalizing on the SSD trend with the release of the LeMans line of high performance drives, which the company claims will be “SandForce...

Toshiba Japan unveils USB 3.0 TransMemory-EX flash drive

12/16/2011, If you’re in the market for a new USB 3.0 flash drive, Toshiba may have something for you in the form of the TransMemory-EX, a new USB 3.0 developed by the Japanese company with read and write speeds of up to 220MB/s and 94MB/s respectively, or so...

Steampunk inspired hard drive enclosure will cost you $1,200

12/16/2011, Fans of all things steampunk might want to add this steampunk hard drive enclosure by Will Rockwell to their collection. As we said, this is an enclosure for a computer’s hard drive and according to Will Rockwell, you should be able to fit just about...

Apricorn releases Aegis NetDock Mac edition

12/15/2011, Apple’s MacBook Air is pretty portable thanks to its relatively light-weight and thin design, but unfortunately that design came with a price – limited USB ports and lack of an optical drive which some might argue is not necessary. Well if...

Pogoplug Series 4 launched!

12/14/2011, After licensing its software to third-party vendors and launching its own cloud service, Pogoplug is back at building hardware and here comes the Pogoplug Series 4. This latest Pogoplug box keeps the simple concept that made Pogoplug so popular:...

Plextor introduces 5-year warranty for M3 SSDs

12/12/2011, Quality is often something that we as consumers tend to look for before parting with our hard-earned cash for something else over the counter, be it a device, product or service. Well, Plextor knows this, which could be the main reason why they decided to...

Hitachi ships 4TB hard drives

12/11/2011, Hitachi had started to ship the first 4TB capacity hard drives in the world, never mind the fact that no press release was issued from Hitachi to date. According to Japanese site Akiba, someone had already spotted said hard drive on sale, where it will...

XQD is the future of CompactFlash memory cards

12/08/2011, The CompactFlash Association has finally completed their work on rolling out a successor to the hugely popular CompactFlash memory card format, where the successor has been named as XQD, and for it to be worthy of its position, it naturally promises the...

Box for iOS gets new features & codebase

12/08/2011, Box has just announced that its iOS app has been updated, or re-built I should say, with a new code-base which makes the overall app faster and more stable, according to the company. Beyond the sheer performance, there are a new features that you may be...

Crypteks USB protects your data physically and digitally

11/30/2011, If you’re the type that carries around with you sensitive information, there’s a Kickstarter project that you might be interested in checking out. It’s called the Crypteks USB drive and it will combine not just digital encryption, but provides a...