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LAKE FOREST, Calif. - Oct. 4, 2004 - Addressing a large and fast-growing segment of the storage industry and demand for notebook-class hard drives from independent, high-volume suppliers, Western Digital Corp. (NYSE: WDC) today introduced its WD Scorpio™ high-performance, low-power 2.5 inch hard drive for notebooks and other portable digital devices. With its new product, WD is delivering the features and industry-leading specifications that offer the greatest benefits to its customers: high reliability, low power and fast performance.
Subject: Storage | November 23, 2004 - 10:13 PM | Chris Wiles
|No sooner had I mentioned the variety of products from Kingston, than into my in-tray pops this review of their top of the range USB 2.0 Flash Drive. The Data Traveller Elite is aimed squarely at the Corporate I.T. user, combining advanced data security with outstanding performance.|
Subject: Storage | September 22, 2004 - 01:00 PM | Alexander Munos
The crew over at The Tech Report has just posted their Maxtor Atlas 10K V SCSI Review. Since your hard drives are usually the largest bottleneck (in a fairly new system), it is important to pay attention to how fast the drive is (along with the storage capacity). An excellent read as always...
Subject: Storage | September 16, 2004 - 04:00 PM | Ryan Shrout
Iomega is announcing today the release of their new network attached storage device, the 100d. It comes in two versions, a 160GB and 250GB version. I spoke with Iomega about this device earlier in the week, and I can assure you this is more than just a hard drive with a network plug on it. It is basically a very small form factor PC that is self contained and managed through a web interface that functions as network storage as well as a wireless access point if so desired. We are supposed to be getting one of these soon from Iomega for testing and you can be sure we'll
LAKE FOREST, Calif. - Aug. 3, 2004 - Western Digital Corp. (NYSE: WDC) today introduced WD CaviarÂ® RAID Edition (RE) hard drives, which are designed and manufactured to enterprise-class standards for high reliability in a host of server applications including e-mail, file, video and Web servers, and demanding environments such as scientific computing, enterprise backup, document image management, engineering data management.
Subject: Storage | May 25, 2004 - 03:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Noticed a huge influx of Storage Reviews popping up this month, especially at extremetech. Here are a few of the ones that caught my eye.
"V-TEC's FotoBar is an innovative 8-in-1 memory card reader that also doubles as a CD-RW (24X)/DVD-ROM (8X) combo drive. Targeted at digital photographers, the drive lets you transfer data from all the major memory cards to your computer via USB 2.0 or directly to a CD.
Subject: Storage | May 18, 2004 - 06:31 AM | Kristie Goldin
Talk about a cool gadget! You know me and my tastes for new or unusual items. Well, this Security Key is the first one I've seen.
The Kanguru Wizard is a USB security key, which allows you to create multiple encrypted virtual drives on existing systems that have the drive space. It does not actually partition existing drives.
Subject: Storage | April 5, 2004 - 02:59 AM | Andrew Kaiser
I can clearly remember the days when CD writers were so expensive I couldn't justify the costs just for some relatively unimportant backups. My, how things have changed! 8x8 DVD Rewriters are swiftly becoming the de facto optical storage medium, largely because prices continue to drop like a stone. Envy News takes a look at the latest device from the perpetual favorite in this sector, Liteon.
Quote: "To have some high-quality internals you've come to expect from a company
such as Sony at a price you've come to expect from a value leader such as
Lite-On is a tough mix to beat.
Subject: Storage | April 2, 2004 - 05:53 AM | Ron Goldin
I have been looking into getting a USB thumb drive recently so I can carry some data around with me. But of course, it can't be too small with MS Service Packs the size that they are. But sometimes it would be nice to be able to move around A LOT of data. An external, portable hard disk drive is such a way. This review from Legion Hardware fits that bill. Fast, clean, and easy to setup and plug in is what Im always looking for.
Hitachi's newest 400gb hard drive puts them at the top in storage capacity. Here is a quick snip.
SAN JOSE, Calif., March 10, 2004 — Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) today announced the world's highest capacity 3.5-inch ATA hard drive, the 400GB Deskstar 7K400. The new drive has been designed for audio video (AV) and ATA nearline environments, where large capacities and a lower per-gigabyte cost are key requirements.