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Known for its pricey cables, Monster Product's Monster Digital division specializes in storage devices. Its Overdrive Thunderbolt is an impressive performer.
A pro feature set, a marvelous Web interface, and remote access via a portal makes the My Cloud EX2 is easy as it gets. But it’s a slow performer.
Thin, light, and long lasting, Toshiba does portable media storage and streaming right.
Don’t let the retro design fool you: This puppy’s a speed demon.
Western Digital's portable My Passport Slim is a USB 3 hard drive priced at $100.
Angelbird's SSD2go is a fast performer and you can customize the case colors to match your personality.
The design brings the security of RAID plus features that are good enough for business, at a price that's low enough for consumers.
MacDropAny lets you sync any folder on your Mac using Dropbox, Box.com, Copy, Google Drive, iClouDrive, or Microsoft SkyDrive.
While the G-Dock ev put some consideration into the design of this storage device, its performance isn't what it could be.
IDriveSync is an easy-to-use cloud storage and syncing solution that offers added security missing from some of its rivals. It offers both AES 256-bit and private key encryption, which will appeal to anyone who's weary of weak cloud-based security.
VPN AutoConnect is a simple utility for staying connected to a virtual private network.
Microsoft has performed a thorough revamping of SkyDrive, which makes it an explicable and competitive online file storage service.
While not the fastest NAS (network-attached storage) device we’ve tested, the LaCie 2Big NAS was fairly simple to use and offers nice variety of features, including remote access using a browser or the LaCie MyNAS iOS app.