External drives are about to go through a bit of a change, as the ports shift to a newer standard. G-Technology is one of the first to do this, and we’re going hands-on with the result.
While Apple might still persist with fixed storage in phones and tablets, those of you with Android and Windows devices can happily upgrade storage, and now you can hit almost as high as it gets.
If you’re a mobile customer on Telstra or even someone paying Telstra for broadband, you’ve just been given the gift of backup storage. Now you have even less excuse not to backup.
It stands to reason that the next generation of computers will be better than anything else before, and Samsung wants to be there before anyone else, blowing eyelids off with a fast new drive that runs faster than the blink of an eye.
Until solid-state drives become as cheap as chips and everyone can buy them en masse, most of us will have to stick to moving part hard drives, as they just offer better value for big storage. And if you need big storage, well, G-Tech thinks it can help out.
Online storage is one of those things we all have and need. Chances are you have a Dropbox account, storage on Google Drive, and even possibly a Box account, but if you have space on Microsoft’s OneDrive, you now have even more. Just like that.
Bigger laptops might soon have the speed of an Ultrabook while still retaining terabytes of storage, thanks to a new development from Western Digital.
We hate to be the one to tell you this, but all forms of storage can degrade over time. Hard drives can break, solid state can lose integrity and phase information out, and the optical disk technology for CDs and DVDs is based on organic medium that can break down, but what about quartz glass? Now there's an idea.
One of the downsides of having an Ultrabook is that you often don't get a whole lot of storage space to work with. Sure, you save on physical space with the svelte machines, but actual storage for your digital wares is usually limited to sizes under 256GB. But that could soon be a thing of the past.
These days, we all have lots of data, so much that it can make backing up a major hassle. Hitachi hopes to change that, however, with a new hard drive that arrives with more terabytes than you'll know what to do with.
With most households storing their photos, video, music, domestic budgets and accounts across several hard drives, locating what you want is just as haphazard as
So much of our digital lives reside on hard drives, but which hard drive? Western Digital’s MyBook Elite range uses the same display technology as
Western Digital provided us with a little bit of everything to review from its external hard drive ranges, from the slim and rather attractive MyPassport
HP’s SimpleSave external hard drive series makes automatic backup for photos, video, music and data so very easy to do. Protecting personal content with SimpleSave
Lexar Media, in conjunction with Kodak, today introduced the new Kodak SDHC Video Memory Card. This advanced compact memory card provides users of flash-based digital
Making personal backups used to mean burning discs or tethering the PC to a hard drive, but Sandisk’s Ultra Backup USB makes the process handy