The iXPand Flash Drive Luxe (128GB model) caught my attention because it features dual purpose with USB-C and Apple Lighting connectors.That’s convenient as it should work with nearly all modern devices that have at least USB-C. Sandisk has several usage models for it, such as file-sharing or backups. I’m not sure to understand why it’s better to use this device to file-share when you can simply connect the phone to […]
Looking for a way to offload photos from your iPad to an external hard drive? Or are you looking to access files from an external drive on your iPad? If you are, then this guide will be worth checking out.
We list and explain four ways to free up disk space in Windows. It's easy and can free up many GBs of data you might need right now and only takes minutes to be done.
Wireless chargers are typically not an exciting topic to cover as they differ only in maximum charging Wattage and price. However, WesternDigital/Sandisk have found the intersection between charging and backups, and this could save your data without requiring any effort.
On Android, the result of maxing out your storage is the appearance of the annoying “insufficient storage available” notification. Freeing up your device’s storage usually involves plugging the device into your computer, where you can unload your photos and videos. In this tutorial, we will guide you through tips on how to seamlessly and wirelessly clean up storage space on your Android smartphone and tablet.
Remember last month when Samsung announced that they had started to mass produce the world’s largest SSD with 30TB worth of storage? If you’re looking for more than 30TB, Nimbus Data might have the solution for you as the company has recently unveiled the new world’s largest SSD which comes with a whopping 100TB worth of storage.
Samsung recently launched its latest portable USB 3.1 SSD drive called SSD T5. It comes more than a year after the SSD T3 (there isn’t a T4), which was praised by independent reviewers. The new SSD T5 builds on the same core strengths: tiny size, leading speed and massive 2TB of maximum capacity (our unit is the 2TB version).The main difference between the two is the USB 3.1 (Gen 2, […]
If you are using your computer for a variety of purposes rather than just a single one; you need to have one of the best disk space analyzers on board to help manage your data effectively.No matter how large your hard drive capacity is (say 1 TB or 10 TB), you would encounter a point in time when you will wonder – “What is taking so much space on my […]
Lenovo Smart Storage is the latest addition to the Chinese company’s mainstream smart home products. It’s a secure digital storage solution that can be configured with up to a massive 6TB of storage capacity. It features dual-band wireless access and muti-device auto-sync functionality so that users can access and share their files and data no matter where they might be in the world.
During its SSD Summit in Seoul, Samsung will announce two new SSD drives named 960 Pro and 960 EVO. Both are built on the M.2 form-factor, and NVM Express (NVMe) PCIe Gen.3 x4 interface for flash memory.
By successfully writing and reading 200MB of data stored in DNA strands, Microsoft Research and the University of Washington have broken a scientific record. Storing information in DNA structures is interesting because it has a higher data density as current electronic technologies.
Following its external T1 SSD drive last year, Samsung is back with a T3 SSD USB 3.1 drive that targets the same market, with some improvements. This new drive can put up to 2TB of storage in about 2.75 cubic inches. I’ll go over the design, some performance numbers, use cases and a comparison with its predecessor.
Last year Samsung announced what they were calling the world’s largest capacity SSD for enterprise storage. This is basically a 15.36TB SSD that really just puts to shame everything we’ve seen in computers so far, but then again they are designed for enterprise use so it makes sense that it is capable of holding so much data.
If your smartphone comes with only 16GB of onboard storage but also sports a microSD card, it’s not such a bad trade-off. However having more native storage is always a good thing as it means that accessing its data is faster, like accessing your computer’s hard drive versus an external hard drive.
USB Type-C is set to become the new standard for USB devices in the future. So far companies like Apple, Google, and handset makers like OnePlus have been more than willing to adopt the technology in their products, and if you are an early adopter, you might be interested to learn that SanDisk might have something for you.
When you think about SSD brands, maybe brands like Samsung or Intel come to mind. Now if you’re looking for more options, you might be interested to learn that Sony could soon be a brand worth your consideration as the company has recently taken the wraps off its latest SSD in the form of the SLW-M series.
SanDisk today announced the launch of its new high-speed, water-resistant all-terrain portable Solid State Drive at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2016 in Las Vegas. It has been designed with videographers and photographers in mind who require a fast and reliable solution for their storage needs, the SanDisk Extreme 510 portable SSD promises to deliver that on both the location and in the studio.
AT CES 2016 today, SanDisk has unveiled its X400 solid state drive which it claims to be the world’s thinnest one terabyte M.2 SSD. It’s also said to be the first single-sided 1TB SATA m.2 form factor that’s just 1.5mm in height.
[CES 2016] Just how many mobile devices do you own today? For many of us, having a smartphone is compulsory, and more often than not, a tablet is also something else that we tote around. Lenovo knows this, which is why they have rolled out a new generation of device that is known as the Lenovo LINK 32GB. The Lenovo LINK 32GB comes in the form of a dongle which […]
While roaming the InterBee 2015 floor, I spotted the new 15TB Fujifilm LTO data tapes which are used for “cold storage” (archiving) by many companies, including Google. Ultrium 7 doubles the capacity of the previous Ultrium 6 product (6.5TB). Fujifilm says that Barium Ferrite (BaFe) magnetic tapes can achieve extremely high data density because of low noise to signal ratio.