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Articles tagged with: USB 3.0

Verbatim Launching Attractive USB 3.0 HDD

The trend of switching from internal Hard Drive to External is growing rapidly. People prefer to buy an external Drive so that they might be able to carry Gigabytes of data with them wherever they go.

Many companies have launched such external hard drives but people still have issues with the colour, shape and the look of their hard drives. People would obviously prefer brightly coloured and impressive looking external hard drives.

Keeping in mind this requirement of people, Verbatim has launched a new USB 3.0 HDD

Utilize USB 3.0 With KingMax’s 32GB Thumb Drive

If you’ve been hearing about USB 3.0 and its miraculous speed, but haven’t had the chance to utilize the high speed port on your new computer, take a look at this speedy USB drive from Kingmax.

Kingmax is a trusted electronics supplier, and they have released an ED-01 thumb drive, that is ideal for transferring a large volume of data in a short period of time.

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.

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.

New Toshiba Thrive With Android 3.0

It looks like Toshiba just hopped on the Android tablet bandwagon with its new Toshiba Thrive. The Thrive is a 10.1″ tablet from Toshiba that was shown at CES 2011 and features an Nvidia Tegra 2 dual core processor and will carry 1GB of memory for true computing.

The Toshiba Thrive uses Adaptive Display Technology to automatically adjust the screen’s brightness based on how much light is present in the real-world, and whether it is day or night. With 1080p video decoding and built-in GPS, you can be certain that this will be a purchase well spent.

Sharkoon Unleashes 128GB USB Drive

I remember having a 32MB memory stick way back in 2002 that I used to store 6 or 7 songs in my PDA. I would swap out the music on a nightly basis and have 6 new tunes to listen to the next day and this is how I enjoyed my music without having to lug a bulky CD player and a CD binder around.

Sharkoon has just released a 64GB and 128GB USB drive. The USB keys offer an ultra fast read/write speed of 200MB/s over 120MB/s and run on MLC architecture.

24″ LED Monitor, Powered 100% By USB

Asus has recently demonstrated a USB-powered monitor, the MS248B, which was meant to replace the current MS248H USB-powered monitor. For a recent monitor, it has a very interesting feature, it only carries a single USB port that is placed to transmit both power and data from the computer to the monitor.

Fortunately, the single USB port utilizes the latest USB 3.0 technology, which allows up to 80% more power to be transferred to the monitor (something I would assume is essential to power a 24″ screen).

Japan Enjoys The Acer Touch

Japanese citizens all over the country will be pleased to know that the Acer Iconia F54W will be hitting stores all over Japan later this week, priced at around 150,000 Yen, which equates to about $1,800 American dollars. The Iconia F54W is powered by a blazing fast Intel Core i5-480 processor and features a whopping 4GB of RAM for the dual-screen laptop.

Users will have more than enough space with the provided 640GB of hard drive space, USB 3.0 hookups, Bluetooth 3.0 access, and two gorgeous 14″ screens that each run a resolution of 1366 x 768 (a much more impressive pixel ratio than what we saw earlier with the HP Pavilion G6 notebook).

How About A Wireless External HDD?

Seagate has just launched the GoFlex Satellite mobile wireless storage that has been optimized specifically for the iPad. Consumers who invest in this technology will own 500GB of storage that can be taken anywhere without having to carry tangled USB wires and power cables. The device works over an 802.11 b/g/n wireless network and has a rechargeable battery.

With the latest GoFlex drive, users will be able to seamlessly transfer videos, music, pictures, and documents through the air. Users can even connect directly to the GoFlex Satellite drive simply by using the free GoFlex Media app.

iMac, Meet SandyBridge

Apple is refreshing its iMac lineup tomorrow. The new iMacs will have the all new Sandy Bridge Core i5 and Core i7 processors from Intel. An Apple Insider, Kasper Jade said that Apple will release the new iMacs on Tuesday, May third and that the new Apple products will carry the high-speed Thunderbolt port.

The report also stated that the release of an update comes at an “important time for Apple since Macs have seen a decline in shipments.”