portable hard drives

  • Review: Seagate's USB 3.0 BlackArmor PS110 portable hard drive kit

    Review: Seagate's USB 3.0 BlackArmor PS110 portable hard drive kit

    The future is here, everyone. Let’s check out the just-announced Seagate BlackArmor PS110 Performance kit. It’s Seagate’s first USB 3.0 product and it’s noice — where noice is slang for nice, and for the sole fact that it’s the first USB 3.0 drive I’ve tested. I’m a little excited. Read More

  • The tiny LaCie Rikiki portable hard drive, everyone

    The tiny LaCie Rikiki portable hard drive, everyone

    Portable hard drives are always getting smaller. That’s a good thing. LaCie just announced its latest and is calling the Rikiki the most compact on the market. I can’t confirm that claim, but it sure is tiny. (twss) Read More

  • Iomega ‘eGo Helium’ drive for MacBook Air owners

    Iomega ‘eGo Helium’ drive for MacBook Air owners

    To be fair, you don’t have to own a MacBook Air in order to purchase Iomega’s eGo Helium portable hard drive. It is, however, “a perfect match for the new MacBook Air notebook” according to Iomega. It’s even pre-formatted to the HFS+ file system. The drive itself has 320GB of storage space, weighs less than half a pound, and requires no external power supply. Read More

  • Seagate announces cornucopia of external hard drives

    Seagate announces cornucopia of external hard drives

    Not to be outdone by Western Digital, Seagate announced a plethora of external hard drives today under the FreeAgent series. Moreover, a couple of the FreeAgents are touting ‘firsts.’ The FreeAgent Go, pictured above in the dock, is the most anorexic external drive in all the industry with a height of 12.5mm and comes with shock/vibration protection. But that’s not the only… Read More

  • LG launches portable, external hard drives in Korea

    LG launches portable, external hard drives in Korea


    Expanding into the portable storage space, LG has recently launched a line of external hard drives called the XD1. The 2.5-inch drives range from 120 to 320GB in size and come in shiny black or shiny wine colors. Interface options include USB or combo USB and external SATA. Launched today in Korea with prices starting at $89, LG did not say when the hard drives will be available in the U.S. Read More