If you’re looking for a high-speed, high-capacity flash drive, then here’s what Kingston just cooked up to fill that void: the Kingston DataTraveler HyperX 3.0, a USB flash drive that offers 225MB/s read and 135MB/s write speeds (on a USB 3.0 connection) in a drive that packs in up to 256GB of storage. Basically giving
Western Digital has announced that they’ve updated their made-for-Mac line of My Passport external drives: the My Passport Studio, and the My Passport for Mac. The most obvious difference for the updates involves the drives’ physical design, with WD wrapped these new drives in an all-metal enclosure instead of the usual shiny plastic. The result?
As a user who’s had to go through a number of failed drives and lost photos, music and videos over the past couple of years (seriously Seagate, you just lost a customer) I’ve personally been waiting for something like this. Specifically, a drive that promises to preserve your most precious data for 100 years… or
Toshiba has announced that they’ll be coming out with the FlashAir, an 8GB SDHC card that they labeled as “the world’s first SDHC memory card with embedded wireless LAN functionality to meet the SD Memory Card Standard.” It’s pretty similar to the Eye-Fi Pro X2 (which is already available for $100), but unlike the Eye-Fi
Unless you go SSD, you don’t usually buy a mobile hard drive for performance – you buy them for the compact form factor and, well, the storage. But what if you want some performance to go with that portable form factor and sub-1 Terabyte combo? Well, here’s your answer: Seagate just announced the GoFlex Turbo,