First look: Buffalo DriveStation & MiniStation

If you are wanting to store, access, transfer and view documents, files, images and other media collections efficiently, rapidly and ‘stylishly’, you may be interested in Buffalo Technology’s new MiniStation and DriveStation portable devices, both of which enable users to add additional storage to any laptop or computer via a USB port. “Product innovation and … Continue reading First look: Buffalo DriveStation & MiniStation

Busbi Bolt USB 3.0 Flash Drive – Driving USB storage devices forward

I will always remember back in 2004, a rather eccentric friend of mine, who thinks he is not only a scientist but some kind of whiz kid on a computer, wearing a USB storage device dangling from a piece of ribbon around his neck. “This way I will never lose or have my important files … Continue reading Busbi Bolt USB 3.0 Flash Drive – Driving USB storage devices forward

Packard Bell’s aesthetically pleasing ixtreme

There aren’t many interesting desktop PCs in the world. Desktops are lumbering beasts in a world where small is cool. So how do you make a desktop system compete for awesome-points against smartphones and laptop? Packard Bell things it has the answer: the ixtreme. Clearly educated by Apple’s marketing department, the ixtreme has copied two … Continue reading Packard Bell’s aesthetically pleasing ixtreme

Freecom’s World first USB 3.0 external HDD

Once upon you would have had to knock up a few extra shelves to house your growing collection of movies, music and  important documents; but thankfully with the increasing digitisation of our day to day lives, you can now fit an entire library’s worth of information onto the smallest hard drives and storage devices. The … Continue reading Freecom’s World first USB 3.0 external HDD

Nanopoint announce USB 3.0 PCI-E card

Got lots of high definition video stored on your computer? Current USB speeds aren’t ideal for transferring large files, but they’re getting a serious upgrade. USB 3.0 offers theoretical transfer speeds of 4.8Gbps – a ten-fold increase over USB 2.0’s 480Mbps. It’s backwards compatible with current USB products, and won’t cost a huge amount more. … Continue reading Nanopoint announce USB 3.0 PCI-E card