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LaCie has announced the Starck Mobile USB 3.0. The drive is a version of the Starck Mobile Hard Drive, but with USB 3.0 support.
DS411j is intended for home offices and small businesses and works with Synology's DiskStation Manager 3.0 to provide secure and ample storage space, stream multimedia entertainment, and manage data.
Apricorn, a leading developer of external storage solutions, announced a new entry in its security-focused Padlock line, the Aegis Padlock 750GB.
LaCie has announced the availability of a free USB 3.0 driver for Mac OS, which, when installed and used in conjunction with a USB 3.0 expansion card, gives Mac users full USB 3.0 compatibility.
On Tuesday, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announced the release of its G-Drive Slim, a 2.5-inch external hard drive billed as the "thinnest hard drive in the world."
Taiwanese-based PhotoFast on Thursday announced its new GM2 SFV1, an upgrade kit for the MacBook Air. The kit allows owners of the new 11-inch MacBook Air to upgrade from the standard 64GB or 128GB flash storage to 256GB.
LaCie on Thursday released two new hard drives. The d2 USB 3.0 and the 2big USB 3.0.
Macworld senior contributors Rob Griffiths and Kirk McElhearn replaced their Mac's stock hard drive with a Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive, which has 4GB of flash storage and a 500GB hard drive. The result: Performance improvements that are well worth the money.
Much more than a "$999 netbook," the new MacBook Air might well be a harbinger of things to come in the world of mobile computing. Here's a look at three innovations to watch out for in future laptops.
Analysts say Apple's backing and declining prices of SSDs could convince consumers and CIOs that hard drives aren't always needed.
Hitachi-LG Data Storage has developed a prototype data storage device that uses Blu-ray Disc cartridges, each capable of holding a terabyte of data.
MicroNet, a storage developer catering to the small and medium business community, unveiled its new RAIDBank5 storage solution.
Western Digital's new My Book Live network storage device lets you centralize your household media so that you can access it on a variety of devices.