Tag Archives: external storage

Plextor Announces EX1 External SSD With USB Type-C Interface

Plextor is announcing a new generation of external SSDs that feature a USB Type-C interface.  The Plextor EX1 is slim and lightweight, as well as offering extreme data transfer speeds.  The EX1 features a shock-proof case design that is both rugged and attractive, offered in either a  titanium silver or gold finish. The USB Type-C interface (USB 3.1 Gen 2) …

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LaCie Announces Bolt3 (World’s Fastest Desktop Storage!) & 6big Thunderbolt 3 / 12big Thunderbolt 3 Storage Systems

LaCie, Seagate’s premium brand, is announcing the Bolt3, combining Thunderbolt 3 interface speeds with the latest M.2 PCIe SSDs to produce the world’s fastest desktop drive.  The Bolt3 enables the breakthrough performance capabilities of the Thunderbolt 3 connection, and pairs it with 2 x M.2 PCIe SSDs in a striped 2TB volume. Also being announced are the 6big Thunderbolt 3 …

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IDrive One WiFi Storage Released for HDD or SSD

IDrive Online Backup is announcing the launch of their IDrive One, a wireless storage device that provides advanced wireless connectivity, as well as streaming capabilities.  The IDrive One is offered in both an HDD version with capacities of either 1TB or 2TB, and an SSD  version with capacities of either 128GB or 256GB.  Both versions comes with 1TB of IDrive …

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Angelbird SSD2go Pocket External SSD Review (512GB)

We are always on the go and the safe transport of our data is of high importance, especially for media professionals such as myself. Whether it is travel from home to office or offsite to remote regions for a new project, I need to make sure my data is safe and backed up as it is created. Typically after a …

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Patriot Supersonic Phoenix Flash Drive Review (256GB)

While HDDs are great for storing personal documents and offer us high capacity at a decent price, they do have their cons. When constantly on the run, consumers want fast and reliable external storage in a very portable form factor. Portable external HDDs are usually able to meet those needs, but not always. HDDs have two issues when used as …

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Kingston 128GB Wi-Drive Review – Wireless Storage Gets Big

External storage has become all the rage these days and it doesn’t seem so far back that we introduced you to the Kingston 64GB Wi-Drive.  In that review, I described the Wi-Drive as being a life saver for its ability to create a much needed bridge between my PC and IOS devices, more specifically my IPAD which had no means …

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