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This week's roundup of Mac accessories includes batteries that let you keep computing long after the your MacBook is ready to call it a day. We've also got speakers, sleeves, headphones, and more.
Intel is showing off what it called the "world's fastest thumb drive," which uses Thunderbolt technology to provide breakthrough data transfer speeds compared to flash drives that plug into USB ports.
Toshiba is set to launch a portable USB hard drive that comes with PC or Mac software that can turn it into an Internet-accessible file server.
If you're looking for the latest USB 3.0 technology (including the hubbiest hub ever) look no further than the latest Mac-accessory roundup. Also: cases, key covers, adapter holders, super docks, air filters, and even a backpack.
Seagate has tasted the need for high-performance speed and now plans to discontinue 7200-rpm laptop hard drives in favor of faster hybrid and solid state drives.
Western Digital's HGST Labs announced a breakthrough in the ability to double HDD capacity through two innovative nantechnologies—self-assembling molecules and nanoimprinting.
What happens when you push the limits of the Fusion Drive? Macworld Lab ran some tests to find out.
SSDs continue to rule, but mechanical hard drives aren’t going away entirely.
WD announced that with its new 4TB Black drive, consumers can now get a 4TB performance-based internal hard drive for desktop computers.
Western Digital introduced a new My Book Studio desktop drive for Macs that offers USB 3.0 connectivity as well as 4TB of storage capacity in a single drive.
There are plenty of great Mac accessories that we don’t cover in standalone articles. Our Mac-accessory roundup gives them a home, and gives you the latest info on stuff to make your Mac more useful.
If you have a 1TB iMac with a built-in Seagate drive, it may be eligible for replacement by Apple.
With worldwide demand and prices at an all-time high, Western Digital's plans to use helium in its drives may be ill-timed as the world's reserves are quickly drawing down.
Toshiba shrinks its' Canvio portable external hard drive down to the size of an index card that's .35-inches thick.