Better than it was before. Better, stronger, faster.

Subject: Storage | May 5, 2006 - 01:35 PM |
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The new Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 750 GB is an impressive beast, and Big Bruin has it on the test bench.  At about $500, it costs less than a dollar a gigabyte, and it is significantly faster than it's predecessor.

"Seagate really does have the Steve Austin of hard drives on their hands with the Barracuda 7200.10, as it really is better, stronger, faster. One thing the 6 Million Dollar Man didn't have going for him was being "bigger", which is obviously something the 7200.10 does have.

Source: Big Bruin

Thinking big

Subject: Storage | April 19, 2006 - 07:17 PM |
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Maybe 400 or 500GB hard drives sound big now, but it wasn't too long ago that a 4GB harddrive was huge.  Drop by Tech Spot to see the newest storage drives from Seagate and Western Digital.

Source: Tech Spot

Think Speedy Gonzales with storage space

Subject: Storage | April 13, 2006 - 03:20 PM |
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It's tiny, about the size and thickness of a quarter, fast from it's USB2.0 and dual channel transfers, and holds 512MB, 1GB or 2GB.  Check out OCZ's Mini-Kart series at Laptop Lifestyle.

Taking EZ DUB for a test spin

Subject: Storage | April 6, 2006 - 04:06 PM |
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Techware Labs tries out the newest drive from Lite-On, the EZ-DUB.  Essentially it is postioned to be the easiest way to copy a CD or DVD, simply put a disk in the external drive, press a button ... wait ... remove disk and replace with blank disk ... wait again, and you are done.

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Subject: Storage
Manufacturer: Gigabyte
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Introduction and Theory

Gigabyte showed off a low-cost solid state storage device at Computex last year and we finally take it for a test spin. See if this device can make all your storage dreams come true!

8GB of storage for your favorite shutterbug

Subject: Storage | April 3, 2006 - 02:45 PM |
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Futurelooks reviews an 8 gigabyte compact flash compatible photo storage micro hard drive from Seagate Technologies.  This card would seem to be the current record holder for biggest commercially available flash card, and there is no way you could fill it in just one sitting.  If you know someone with 4 or 5 small flash cards for their camera, then you may know what to get them the next time they deserve a present.

"Sitting in a beautiful brand new plastic blister package was an 8 gigabyte compact flash

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Seagate provides you with some space

Subject: Storage | March 30, 2006 - 02:39 PM |
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The Seagate NL35 comes in 3 sizes, 250, 400 and 500GBs.  XYZ Computing grabbed the 400GB SATA version and took it for a spin.  As the drive was designed for enterprise applications, it makes perfect sense as a storage drive, the MTBF is 1 million hours and an error recovery control.


If you are more interested in speed than size, then check out Ryan's review of the WD Raptor X 150GB SATA drive.


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Subject: Storage
Manufacturer: Western Digital
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Introduction and Specifications

Western Digital's Raptor line of SATA hard drives has been the darling of the enthusiast storage community for quite some time. Their latest iteration brings twice the storage capacity and faster transfer speeds -- what else do you want?

Balancing a stack of data on a spinning platter

Subject: Storage | March 28, 2006 - 12:09 PM |
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BTX Form Factor explores the upcoming hard drive technology, perpendicular storage.  By keeping the magnetic particles used for storage standing vertically instead of lying them on the surface, much greater storage density can be reached.  This requires a new manufacturing process that they briefly touch on as well.

"Hard Disk Drives store all our most valuable data, our contacts, email, family photos and the

like, but increasingly space is getting cramped in drives...

Heavy duty disk storage on the go

Subject: Storage | March 24, 2006 - 02:40 PM |
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TECHGAGE looks at the biggest and fastest 2.5 HDD from Seagate, the Momentus 5400.3 160GB.  Living out of a laptop is becoming more common, and this drive looks to address almost any storage need, without forcing you to carry around external drives in your bag. 

If you demand to be mobile and still have the hard drive space you need, then you should look at

the Seagate Momentus 5400.3.

Source: TECHGAGE