storage

  • So Four SD Cards Walk Into a Drive…

    So Four SD Cards Walk Into a Drive…

    Here’s a gadget that seems pretty useful but you won’t find at the local CompUSA. Century’s SDB25S is a terribly named enclosure that you plug into an IDE cable. Inside the enclosure, you can insert up to four SD cards (2GB each max) to create one single drive using your SD cards. Too bad it costs $260, has a cap of 8GB because SDHC isn’t supported, and has issues with… Read More

  • Get Your Paws On A Kingston 1GB microSD Card For $5.95!

    Get Your Paws On A Kingston 1GB microSD Card For $5.95!

    If you’ve been wanting a microSD card for your cellphone, now is your chance to get one on the cheap. MobilePlanet.com is selling the Kingston 1GB microSD card for $15.95 with a $10 mail-in-rebate. That brings the total price down to $5.95! A winner is you! Better hurry though, because as of this writing, only 42 were left in stock. Product Page [via BGR] Read More

  • InPhase Ships Holographic Storage

    InPhase Ships Holographic Storage

    The future is here—sort of. InPhase today announced that it has begun bulk shipping its 300GB holographic storage disks. The platters are 1.5-millimeters thick and cost $180 each. That is on top of the initial $18,000 investment for the Tapestry HDS-300R drive. InPhase says that the drives should expand to capacities of 1.6TB by 2010. Sounds fancy right? Well you should carefully consider… Read More

  • Sonnet Technologies Gives You Four Inputs, No Waiting

    Earlier this week, we posted a collection of Mac accessories, including a Western Digital My Book Pro featuring three inputs: FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB 2.0. However, Sonnet Technologies’ new Fusion R400Q four-bay rack mount drive goes one higher with four interface choices—FireWire 400, FireWire 800, USB 2.0 and SATA II. An integrated port multiplier supports up to four hard… Read More

  • Apple vs. The World: Playing Dress-Up With Your Apple

    Apple vs. The World: Playing Dress-Up With Your Apple

    Windows users always pull out the old “there are no peripherals for Mac” chestnut whenever they’re backed into a corner by rabid Apple addicts. While it’s true there aren’t as many extras for Mac as there are for Windows, there are still plenty of peripherals to go around. To prove our point, we rounded up a bunch of our favorites. There are of course tons more that… Read More

  • Seagate Readies Wireless Storage for Phones

    Seagate Readies Wireless Storage for Phones

    Seagate has announced the Digital Audio Video Experience (or DAVE), a technology that aims to deliver 10 – 20GB of wireless storage to cellphones and other WiFi and Bluetooth devices. The credit card sized drive will sync with wireless devices in order to provide supplemental storage. It has already developed software to run with J2ME, BREW, Windows Mobile, Symbian and XCCC. Seagate says the… Read More

  • Meet D.A.V.E., Our Friend From Seagate

    http://www.podtech.net/player/podtech-player.swf?bc=3F34K2L1 While D.A.V.E. isn’t the most clever acronym in town (it stands for Digital Audio-Video Experience), it looks to be a promising gadget thanks to its slim design and features. Seagate’s D.A.V.E. is basically a small, 20GB hard disk with Bluetooth and WiFi built right into the device. You can transfer files to and fro without… Read More

  • 128GB Of Raw, Uncut Solid State Memory

    128GB Of Raw, Uncut Solid State Memory

    Remember when having a 100GB hard drive meant you could install all your games and have bragging room left over? The days of 100GB hard drives could vanish soon with the release of a 2.5-inch solid state drive from A-Data. Clocking in at a 128GB capacity, this would indeed be the largest SSD ever. It also connects via SATA so you should be good as far as hooking it up and speed goes. Cost and… Read More

  • CES 2007: Dear Diary…Samsung's Mobiles, Kodak's Colors And A Wireless Router That Launches Missiles

    Hooray for Tuesday! It’s now the morning of January 9 and I’m headed to a 9 a.m. meeting with Samsung Mobile, but my cab takes the Strip to get to the LVCC making me late. (In case you missed the previous entries, here are Jan. 7 and Jan. 8, parts one and two.) Despite the continued accolades heaped upon Samsung’s phones by others, I’ve always been a bit sour on them. Great… Read More

  • One Terabyte Hard Drives Arrive from Hitachi

    If you’re like us, you download tons and tons of dirty, dirty porn completely legal music and videos. You, then, probably run into the same problem we do: where do you store all this data? The answer comes from Hitachi in the guise of the world’s first terabyte hard drive. Rather, make that hard drives, as the Hitch is dropping two versions of the 7K1000, the Deskstar, ideal for gaming… Read More

 
  • SanDisk SSD Ultra ATA 5000 Ready For Primetime

    SanDisk SSD Ultra ATA 5000 Ready For Primetime

    SanDisk feels it’s ready to take on the mobile PC market with its first solid-state hard drive. The SSD Ultra ATA 5000 1.8-inch hard drive comes in a 32GB size and can boot Windows Vista Enterprise in under 35 seconds. This drive is being touted for its speed, thanks to solid-state memory instead of moving parts like a conventional hard drive. The geeky-goo from the press release: ”… Read More

  • Keep Your Gadgets in Order

    Keep Your Gadgets in Order

    <img src="http://tctechcrunch2011.files.wordpress.com/2007/01/Firewire hub that also comes with a fan. Yeah. A fan. Another pic after the jump. Read More

  • I/OMagic Still Exists, Releases External Hard Drives

    Just goes to show you, just because you haven’t seen a product from a company in awhile, doesn’t mean it’s disappeared forever. I/OMagic, makers of miscellaneous storage-related products, launched two external hard drives today. Other than their decent looks, they are dreadfully unimpressive with USB 2.0 ports and some data-protection software with 256-bit Blowfish-level… Read More

  • Maxtor Fusion Hands-On

    Maxtor Fusion Hands-On

    As promised, I dug a little deeper into the Maxtor Fusion 500GB drive and I can report that as far as I’ve experienced, it’s one of the easiest ways to get your images and videos on the web. Aside from online services like PhotoBucket or .Mac, publishing content to the web has thus far been fraught with mystery and confusion. I love that I can publish my photos and video straight… Read More

  • $80,173.00 Turbo SD Card

    $80,173.00 Turbo SD Card

    ZipZoomFly has an excellent deal on a MyFlash Turbo SD card – a mere $80,173.00 after a $20 rebate. Remember – 20 per customer, so act fast! Product Page [ZipZoomFly] Read More

  • Cornice: 12GB Per Inch

    Cornice: 12GB Per Inch

    Cornice has announced its fifth generation small form factor (SFF) hard disk. Only measuring an inch in length, it holds twelve gigabytes and has a wide variety of potential applications. Not only does this drive have a spectacular capacity for its size, it also has low power consumption and will only use 5% of the battery in the average MP3 player. Now, now, I know what you’re all thinking… Read More

  • XOFTspy Portable Anti-Spyware Drive

    XOFTspy Portable Anti-Spyware Drive

    Any world traveller worth their salt knows to pack a few important things – a towel, a guidebook, and protection. That’s why ParetoLogic created the XOFTspy, a USB key that protects you from spyware on the road. Just pop it in an you’ve got instant-anti-web-herpes cleaning in a flash. The program can detect and kill most mal- and spyware applications and even has an enterprise… Read More