Isn't that convenient

Subject: Storage | October 10, 2006 - 02:16 PM |
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The Mercury Elite Pro External is perfect for those who can't make up thier minds.  Working perfectly on Linux, Mac and Windows, with and USB 2.0, FireWire, and eSATA connectors, you will be hard pressed to find a PC that can't talk to this drive enclosure.  Head to ExtremeTech to see the full review, and the drives one Achilles heel.

Source: Extremetech

These new drives can store as much as you can dish out

Subject: Storage | October 3, 2006 - 12:13 PM |
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It really wasn't that long ago that a 500Mb drive was a pretty impressive thing to have, but now you would be hard pressed to fit just an OS on that disk.  Now 500Gb drives are becoming common, and today The Tech Lounge is comparing 3 of the top brands.

OCZ Technology Unveils the 8-Gigabyte Ultra-Slim Mega-Kart USB 2.0 Flash Card

Subject: Storage | October 3, 2006 - 11:17 AM |
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Sunnyvale, CA-October 22, 2006-OCZ Technology Group, a worldwide leader in
innovative, ultra-high performance and high reliability memory, today
announced the Mega-Kart, a ultra-high capacity USB flash drive. With 8GBs of
memory, the OCZ Mega-Kart series is the ultimate data storage solution for
today's computer enthusiasts and business professionals on the go.

Intel Makes Storage More Reliable, Manageable With Set Of New, Flexible Storage Processors

Subject: Storage | September 27, 2006 - 09:43 PM |
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INTEL DEVELOPER FORUM, San Francisco,
Sept. 27, 2006
- Intel Corporation today introduced a family of storage
processors that serve market segments ranging from small- to
medium-sized businesses.

Maxtor's 11 Gen drives make themselves available

Subject: Storage | September 26, 2006 - 01:48 PM |
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The Tech Report reviews the DiamondMax 11, a very different drive from the 10.  Where the 10 shone in WinBench and file transfer, the 11 does not perform nearly as well.  The achilles heel of the 10 was single user multitasking, while the 11 beats out 10K Raptors on iPEAK multitasking tests. 

Blu-ray, HDDVD and plain old DVD, all on one disk

Subject: Storage | September 21, 2006 - 02:05 PM |
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Buying blank DVDs may be a lot less confusing if these 3 inventors are allowed to continue developing this disk technology.  As CNET reports, because different formats burn to different depths on the CD, by having 3 layers on one disk you can choose which format to burn.

Make external HDD connections a snap

Subject: Storage | September 18, 2006 - 02:53 PM |
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Sick and tired of having to reboot to connect a back-up harddrive, and don't want to buy a $100 USB2.0 harddrive case?  OCMODSHOP reviews Vantec's $15 IDE to USB adaptor.  It handles 2.5 and 3.5 HDDs with ease, go check it out.

Source: OCMODSHOP

Intel Announces Serial Flash Memory Availability

Subject: Storage | September 14, 2006 - 03:09 PM |
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SANTA CLARA, Calif., Sept. 14,
2006 - Intel Corporation
today announced that Intel® Serial Flash
Memory (S33) products are shipping to meet the memory requirements of a
range of applications, including digital TVs, DVDs, PCs, modems and
printers. Intel's serial flash is based on an industry-standard
package, pin-out and command set to simplify board design and save
board space.

Samsungs SpinPoint hard drives

Subject: Storage | September 13, 2006 - 02:10 PM |
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The Tech Report reviews Samsung's SpinPoint T, a 400GB SATA drive with a 16MB cache and only 3 platters.   It does an impressive job of keeping up with the competition, even spinning at only 7200RPM, and it does it quietly and fairly cheaply too.

Lacie gives you lego storage

Subject: Storage | September 7, 2006 - 01:44 PM |
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Hardware Zone presents a review of the Lacie Brick Desktop Harddrive.  Available in 3 colours, white that holds 160GB or 500GB, red is 250GB and blue at 300GB.  Take a look for yourself, they're dead ringers for Lego bricks.

"The Brick is truly a jaw-dropping desktop hard drive, as it can store massive amount of data and combines functionality and design all in

one beautiful package."

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