Posted on 22 May 2010 by James
Buffalo adds a new HDD to its gadgets. The news Buffalo HDD comes with a good storage capacity of 1TB. This Buffalo gadget falls under the MiniStation HD-PXT series of HDD’s.
Along with the storage capacity, this Buffalo gadget comes with good number of features such as a wrap-around USB 2.0 cable, a built-in 256-bit AES hardware encryption and TurboPC/TurboCopy for improved transfer speeds and backup software.
This Buffalo 1TB storage device has been tagged at a price tag of $169. Stay tuned for more updates.
Posted on 08 April 2010 by James
I-O Data External HDD: Another gadget from I-O Data is its new USB 3.0 external HDD. This external HDD from I-O Data has been announced as HDJ-UT2.0. It provides a storage capacity of ‘2TB’ with a mind blowing speed that is provided by the Super Speed USB 3.0.
This HDD from I-O Data looks good in a small size package which measures 46mm x 223mm x 155mm and weights around 1.6kg. The size of the gadget would be something around 3.5-inch and would provide the best speed with USB 3.0. The transfer of the data takes place at a speed of 139MB/s.
This super speed HDD from I-O Data has been tagged at a price tag of 29,600 Yen and would be available in Japan by last week of April.
Posted on 27 November 2009 by Barbara
Marshal Japan easily clone Sony PS3 hard drives sans computer through MAL-2235SBK Double Rack USB/ eSATA. The device contains as a regular HDD docking station and connects to the PC or Mac via USB or eSATA. The MAL-2235SBK can hold either 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard disk drive. Cost of this Marshal Japan’s latest Double Rack USB/ eSATA for 7,950 Yen ($91).
Posted on 25 November 2009 by Barbara
Samsung is ready to release updated version of its STORY Station. Its external hard drive that comes with the eSATA interface offering a fast data transfer speed of up to 3Gbps. It is available in 1TB, 1.5TB, and 2TB of storage capacities. The 3.5-inch Story Station made with aluminum and features Samsung’s low standby power design. The storage device is also backward compatible with USB 2.0 interface with a slower transfer rate of 40Mbps, which reduces standby power by 96% to 0.1W from the usual 2.5W. The cost of 2TB model is $299.