• These USB flash drive cufflinks are a must have accessory

    Picture this: You walk into a job interview well dressed sporting these cuff links. The interviewer will likely ask for your resume first thing. So *BAM* you whip your wrist around front and just like James Bond, pull apart your cuff links revealing the hidden flash drive loaded with your resume and funny pictures of cute kitties. It’s a sure fire way to land any job — or lady. Read More

  • LaCie's Rugged Safe external hard drive is both rugged and safe

    LaCie wants to ensure that your data is safe. Like really safe. The company took its Rugged hard drive line, added a fingerprint scanner and 128-bit AES encryption and in turn, made what might be the Mad Max of hard drives. Read More

  • Concrete USB drives weigh as much as they hold

    I think these are great, but to be honest I kind of question their practicality. I mean, they’re big — and that’s the point — but I think the novelty would wear off after a bit. 256 grams isn’t really that much, but it’s a hell of a lot more grams than one of these things. I like that they’re stackable, though. [via HardOCP] Read More

  • Hitachi Maxell develops magnetic tape cartridge with 50TB capacity

    Just in January this year, we reported about a very special magnetic tape that was developed by Fujifilm and IBM and that stores a whopping 35TB of data. But yesterday Hitachi Maxell has announced that its new high-capacity magnetic tape even offers 50TB. No wonder Maxell and and its partner in the development of the tape, the Tokyo Institute of Technology, are speaking of a “world… Read More

  • LaCie's new net-connected RAID external is featureless and black, like my soul

    Luxury storage masters LaCie have introduced a new drive (well, drives) intended for maximum data protection and connectivity. Inside that forbidding black box are two hard drives, and every bit that’s written to one is written to the other in true RAID 1 fashion. It has built-in server and torrent download functions, which could be nice, and if it’s connected to your router… Read More

  • Seagate confirms its working on a 3TB hard drive set for a 2010 launch

    A few weeks back a story broke about Seagate’s plan to release a 3TB 3.5mm hard drive this year. Well, apparently that’s the case although if your system happens to be running a 32-bit OS like XP, you’re going to be out of luck. This drive, and any other hard drive larger than 2.1TB, will require the a modified versions of Linux or the 64-bit version of Windows 7 or Vista. Read More

  • Iron Man 2 USB drive available now

    Apparently not only do we get the fast food restaurants, toys, and video games, we also get novelty USB drives. And since CrunchGear is your number one source for novelty USB drives, here’s the latest: Iron Man 2 USB drive, in the Mark VI suit with the new triangular chest plate. Read More

  • Newertech's special drawer system is perfect for naked HDDs

    Let’s just admit this right off the bat: we don’t really need specialized drawers to hold our old hard drives. Any drawers will do. But I have a penchant for single-purpose items, and these little drawers certainly fall under that category. Basically, these things are specifically designed to safely and humanely store your old 3.5″ hard drives. Why not? If you go through a… Read More

  • Seagate to release a 3TB 3.5-inch hard drive and a 1TB 2.5-inchthis year

    Whoa there, Seagate. A 3TB hard drive? That’s nearly enough to hold all of John’s adult materials. Read More

  • Iomega launches StorCenter ix12-300r storage device

    Yes, it’s quite a mouthful. Iomega, a company owned by EMC that provides network storage for small and medium businesses, today announced the launch of their StorCenter ix12-300r Network Storage Array. The device ships with 4TB of storage but can be expanded to up to 24TB after filling up its 12 drive bays. Read More

  • Future storage to be nanodots by the gazillion?

    We’re no strangers to grand promises of storage and speed here at CrunchGear. Holographic is a term used almost without break as scientists and engineers pitch giants like 3M and GE with technologies that won’t be consumer-ready for a decade. And of course, there’s the always-popular “nano.” In this case, it’s nanodots, or quantum dots, so-called because… Read More

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