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Articles tagged with: TB

Rugged Mini, Hard Drive Resistible To 1 Ton Load!

LaCie has divulged its up to the minute hard disk drive storage solution this week. The hard drive is known as Rugged Mini. It features a USB 3.0 drive and has storage capacities of 500GB, 1TB and 1.5Tb.

The exceptional design of Rugged Mini protects your data and the hard drive itself from plummets and wallops

Buffalo’s Powerful 512GB SATA III SSD

Buffalo has just rolled out a brand new 512GB SATA III solid state drive this week, set to launch in the Japanese market. The SSD-N512S/MC400 is capable of read speeds up to 405MB per second. The company is also set to launch a 256GB version of the SSD called the SSD-N256S/MC400.

The 256GB version will be priced just under $900 USD, with the 512GB version around $1,600. No word yet on whether or not there will be availability, worldwide, but do realize that these are state-of-the-art (pun intended), solid state drives.

Micron’s RealSSD P320h- Fastest In The Industry

Micron has recently introduced the world’s fastest enterprise solid state drive, the RealSSD P320h. The drive uses a single PCI Express slot and comes in 350GB and 700GB capacities. The new drives use 34nm single-level cell (SLC) NAND flash memory chips, offering up to 3GB/s of sustained data throughput, which is more than double that of its nearest competitor.

Storage drives are typically measured in terms of input/output operations per second, or termed, IOPS. Micron rates its P320h line at up to 750,000 IOPS for its read speed and up to 341,000 IOPS for its write speed. Micron claims that its IOPs speed is equivalent to what an Exchange server would need to support over 1.5 million Outlook users.

SanDisk Kicks Off 100-Series SSDs

Don’t think that Computex is a show only about computers. SanDisk proved otherwise when the company introduced a few flash-based storage solutions, designed for mobile devices and ultraportable laptops. First up, we’ve got the SanDisk U100, a SATA III card that gives thin and light notebooks a run for their money (closer speeds to desktop SSDs)! These new SATA III cards can read/write at speeds of up to 450MB/s and 340MB/s, respectively.

World’s Smallest Computer For $199

CompuLab’s worlds smallest computer is now available for purchase. The Trim Slice can be bought for as low as $199 and is technically a desktop computer with a 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor. The computer has four USB ports, 2 SD card slots, an RS232 port, and a HDMI output. For an extra $20, you can get an 802.11n WiFi adapter and a 4GB microSD card.

Get this, for only $319, you can get a 32GB solid state disk, Linux operating system, DVI port, Wifi, and Bluetooth for about the price of a mp3 player.

The Acer Aspire G3100 Predator, Scared Yet?

Acer has just unveiled its new desktop gaming PC. This powerhouse is called the Aspire G3100 Predator and is fueled by an AMD processor. While most modern computers run on Intel processors, AMD is no lightweight contender, especially when it’s the Phenom II hexa-core (six core) processor, as is in this beautiful machine. The machine comes stock with 4GB of RAM but is upgradeable to 8GB of RAM.

There is also a 1TB hard drive. Users can upgrade to 6TB of hard drives (3 x 2TB HDD), but few people will need that much storage.

Introducing The Lenovo ThinkPad X1- LEAKED!

When we think of true laptop beauty, many of us think of the MacBook Air. Afterall, it is the world’s thinnest laptop computer. For many, the razor thin appeal just adds to the edginess and spunk the MacBook Air offers consumers. While we have seen a few companies try to head to head with Apple, many have missed the mark. The Dell Adamo is an excellent example of Dell’s solution to the MacBook Air. It’s sleek design and square figure was meant to dazzle many, but didn’t really get the publicity it deserved.

Lenovo is coming up with its own solution to the MacBook Air, the ThinkPad X1 (that just leaked). This beautiful device will come with a whopping 160GB solid-state technology to keep your data secure even when you’re on the move. The X1 is…

Introducing The All-New iStorage 256-Bit Encrypted Hard Drive

IT and business professionals worldwide, listen up! iStorage has introduced the world’s first portable, hardware encrypted drive, featuring PIN code access and storage capacities as large as 3TB! The device comes in a 3.5-inch form factor and has USB 3.0 support. A key player in portable storage and digital encryption, iStorage offers 1TB, 2TB, and 3TB versions of its latest military-grade, secure hard drive. This is the perfect drive for consumers who crave security and won’t settle for anything less when it comes to their important data.

Acer Rolls Out 24″ Internet LCD Monitor

Acer has come forth with a new product called the DX241H web surf station. What does it do? It’s a 24-inch LCD monitor that comes with internet access. The suggested retail is 300 pounds, just about $500 USD. The price suggests that we are dealing with a netbook tech spec ordeal, enclosed within a 24-inch monitor. The machine runs on the Freescale i.MX51 system, an ARM Cortex A8 architecture and runs at 800MHz. No clue yet as to how much memory it has, but I think 1GB is a safe guess.

128GB Smartphones Coming Later This Year?

Toshiba has recently revealed a 19 nanometer NAND flash memory which leads to some very promising results in the wireless industry. Such a small chip would lead to a high capacity smartphone or tablet. The ultra small size allows 16 chips to be stacked one upon the other, at 8GB per chip and two bits per cell. If you do the math, 8GB multiplied by 16 equals 128GB.

This technology can even lead to three-bits-per cell stacking for future developments. Even though the technology is brand new, it is already being handed out to companies through test samples…