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Articles tagged with: hard-drive

Samsung Series 3, A 12″ Powerhouse Laptop

The Samsung Series 3 is the perfect 12.1″ laptop for those looking for a little more power than the traditional netbook. Carrying an Intel Core i5-2410M processor, 4GB of DDR3 memory, and a 500GB hard drive, this machine is no lightweight.

These days, people want a laptop that is small enough to take with them on the go, while powerful enough to act as a desktop replacement when they need one. Since 15.6″ laptops are a bit too big to carry around with you all day, 12″ computers offer a sound alternative.

Intel Cloud In A Box – World’s Smallest Cloud Data Center

Billing it as “the world’s smallest data center”, Intel’s cloud technology demonstrator is basically two 1U servers in a package that fits into a common rolling suitcase.

Designed to show that Intel is already powering the cloud with its Xeon processors, the technology demonstration is also meant to highlight Intel’s other efforts to bring their Cloud 2015 vision to reality.

External HDD: MiniStation Plus With USB 3.0

If you’re looking for a lightning fast portable hard drive, the MiniStation Plus may be just for you. The Buffalo MiniStation is a new USB 3.0 external hard drive that is not much larger than a deck of cards.

The hard drive is enclosed in a shockproof chassis and is available in two capacities and three colors. Most people don’t need too much storage space, in which case the 500GB model was designed just for you and is priced at $85.

22″ Mitsubishi TV W/ Built-In 500GB HDD + Blu-Ray Player

While 50″ televisions are all the rage, there are still many people who prefer using a smaller television, say to fit a smaller room or just as something to put on their kitchen counter.

Japanese citizens all over the country will be able to enjoy the new Mitsubishi Real LCD-22BLR500 TV in Japan this week. The television houses a Blu-ray player with AVREC support and has 500GB of hard drive storage space on board.

Super Talent’s USB 3.0 Express RC8: A SSD In Disguise

Did you ever want to own a USB flash drive that could potentially achieve 270MB/s reads and 240MB/s writes? If you do, then it looks like Super Talent’s USB 3.0 Express RC8 could just be the device you’re looking for.

The flash drive is powered by the SandForce SSD processor which brings several features to the flash drive that is typically found only on first tier SSD products.

LaCie Teams Up With Porsche To Deliver Awesome HDDs

Not long after we covered the LaCie cloudblox, it looks like LaCie has teamed up with Porsche with the awesome new Porsche-designed hard drives.

The mobile hard drive is dubbed the P9220 and the desktop version, the P9230. Each model will of course have the ultra fast USB 3.0 interface, and has looks so sharp, even Apple will have a run for its money.

New Cloudbox From Lacie Keeps Your Data Safe

LaCie now has a new cloud storage system called the CloudBox that is essentially a hard drive that backs up your files both locally and wireless to a cloud-based platform. When it comes to data protection, you’re always going to want to have a backup in case there are technical difficulties over the cloud (on the web).

For $200 a year, users will get 100GB of cloud data storage. The device itself costs $200 and the first year of storage is free. Users can then opt to either renew the contract or drop the cloud service.

Transfer 50GB Of Data In 2 Minutes, Stream S20 HDD

Silicon Power has just launched the all-new S20, a 2.5″ external hard drive that makes use of the extraordinary USB 3.0 speeds. If you’re unfamiliar with what USB 3.0 can do, it can copy 50GBs of data in just over two minutes.

The device has built-in LED status indicators that notify the user its power and transfer status. Also, the technology is green enough to make sure you don’t unnecessarily keep your external hard drive running all day long.

Asus Introduces New Business Notebook

Asus has just unveiled its new business notebook, titled the Asus B53F, offering something a bit more serious than an Eee PC. The new notebook touts a long battery life, and powerful processing with Intel’s new Sandy Bridge chip.

The notebook sports a 2.4GHz Intel Core i5-520M processor, 2GB of DDR3 memory, clocked at 1,333MHz, and a 320GB hard drive running at 5400 RPM. Now, the RAM is expandable to 8GB of memory, so if you feel you need more storage, you are free to upgrade.

Intel 710 + 720 SSDs Get Leaked

We have just got word of the leaked enterprise solid state drives from Intel. The Intel 710 “Lyndonville” and the Intel 720 “Ramsdale” are now in the spotlight. The 710 has 25nm HET MLC, a more durable form of MLC (multi-level cell). The 710 comes in a number of capacities, 100GB, 200GB, and 300GB, claiming to have read and write speeds of 270MB/s over 210MB/s, running on a solid 3Gbps SATA connection.

The 720 comes on 34nm SLC (single-level cell) chips, and comprises a 200GB and 400GB capacity. The speeds it carries are read/write of up to 2200MB/s over 1800MB/s, which may be a typo from the leaked roadmap or the majority of solid-state drives will drastically go down in price.