January 24, 2011 by
Seagate's Barracuda Green 3.5″ hard drives, featuring capacities up to 2TB & SATA 6Gb/s interface,plus 64MB cache and 5,900 RPM spin speed, are claimed to be the best performing green drives on the ...≫
January 13, 2011 by
Seagate unveiled what could be considered the thinnest 9mm Portable Hard Drive at CES2011. According to LaptoMag's article "With a working name of the “tiniest GoFlex,” the drive is covered ...≫
November 24, 2010 by
The most promising Android based alternatives to the iPad, compared side by side. Discover with us weaknesses and strengths ...≫
November 23, 2010 by
The festive period is upon us and for anyone looking at getting broadband, or upgrading to a better high-speed internet package then the time is perfect for bagging a great deal. ...≫
October 27, 2010 by
So, you want to enjoy the speed of this new thing called USB 3.0, but you’re stuck with an older notebook and it’s not worth the major outlay of moolah to buy a new laptop just to get access to ...≫
October 27, 2010 by
Here we are, folks. We have here the smallest 1TB hard drive on the planet currently in our hands. I can literally stick this in my back pocket. It’s not really called the Slim Edition, but ...≫
October 25, 2010 by
Iomega and Seagate have both announced new ultra-thin external drives that use the new SuperSpeed USB protocol. Iomega introduced a solid-state disk (SSD) and Seagate released a hard disk drive. ...≫
September 29, 2010 by
Just when I decided that I wanted the 1TB external hard drive that Seagate had recently come out with, now we have this. Seagate has just launched the world’s first 1.5 terabyte (TB) 2.5-inch ...≫
September 21, 2010 by
Seagate is introducing the FreeAgent GoFlex USB 3.0 1.5-terabyte edition, which the manufacturer is dubbing as the “world’s first” 1.5TB, 2.5-inch portable external drive. Compatible with ...≫
September 21, 2010 by
Seagate on Tuesday announced its new FreeAgent GoFlex external drive with USB 3.0 and 1.5TB of storage space. USB 3.0 boasts 5Gbit per second transfer speeds and is supposedly faster than the ...≫
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