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Samsung phone with a 3GB hard drive.

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: October 21, 2005

Last week, Samsung released its first mobile phone with a built-in 3GB hard drive. The Samsung SPH-V7900 mobile phone also has 2 cameras, one of which takes photos at 2.0 megapixels, dual screens and twin speakers. The LCD screen is 240 x 320 pixels. On December last year, Samsung released the first mobile phone with a built-in HDD, SPH-V5400. Okay, phones with 3GB of storage is cool, but thru a hard drive? Not! I have a Nokia 3230 for just over 2 months now and I already have banged it or dropped it over a dozen times. Good thing the…

World’s Slimmest Portable Hard Drive Lands Locally

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: June 10, 2015

Remember the Seagate Seven, the 7mm thin USB 3.0 external hard drive that Seagate launched in CES 2015? Well, you can now purchase one locally for Php5,290. Don’t let its thin form factor fool you one bit because Seagate claims that the Seven’s hardened aluminum chassis can survive being run over by a small vehicle. The downside though is that Seagate only makes 500GB model of the Seven, which can be a hug drawback for users who are in the market for external drives with larger capacity. If you fancy one of these ultra-thin portable hard drive, you can purchase…

Seagate Seven Unveiled, 7mm-thin Portable Hard Drive

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: January 5, 2015

Seagate has certainly come a long way since they released the first mass produced 5.25-inch HDD 35 years ago. And to celebrate this milestone, the storage giant has announced two new portable hard drives, one of which is the Seagate Seven which, as its name implies, is a svelte 500GB portable hard drive that only measures 7mm thick on the sides. Seagate has basically shaved as much as excess fat as possible to keep the Seven’s form factor to a minimum. This resulted in to an ultra-thin, metal-bound hard drive that’s even thinner than an iPhone 6 Plus. Dubbed as…

Asus External DVD-RW Drive for Netbooks

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: August 1, 2009

Asus finally made some nice external DVD writer to match their pretty netbooks and nettops -- the Asus SDRW-08D1S-U External DVD-RW Drive matches the finish of the Eee PC and the form factor of the Eee Box. This super-multi DVD burner can do almost any disk formats, except maybe Blu-ray. But that's just it -- an external DVD burner that should stylishly match any of your current Asus netbook. There's no more power cable, just the USB cable. There are 4 paddings on the bottom part, it also comes with a cradle so you can position it upright. Still have…

Seagate announces World’s First 8TB 3.5-inch Hard Drive

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: August 27, 2014

During the latter part of 2013, Western Digital surprised the tech industry with the release of two Helium-filled 6TB hard drives which was the highest capacity at that time. Nine months later, Seagate snatches the crown away from WD with the announcement of the world’s first 8TB 3.5-inch HDD. In the press release, Seagate VP for Marketing Scott Hom said that the company’s new hard drive will address most of the issues that both private and cloud-based data centers encounter by allowing them to scale up their existing storage arrays with one slot having the ability to store up to…

Samsung unveils Portable SSD T1 external SSD

Relevance: 70%      Posted on: January 6, 2015

Samsung has recently unveiled the Portable SSD T1, a sleek and stylish external Solid State Drive (SSD) with up to 1TB of storage capacity. Samsung Portable SSD T1 specs: 250GB / 500GB / 1TB capacities Compatible with USB 3.0, 2.0 71.0 x 9.2 x 53.2 mm Max. 30gram Up to 450MB/sec transfer speeds UASP Mode AES 256-bit encryption Password setting (Optional) 3-year warranty The Portable SSD T1 has a starting price of $179.99. source: Samsung

LG Portable External DVD Rewriter

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: November 9, 2008

This portable DVD writer from LG is one of the slimmest I've seen so far. With a maximum read and write speed of just 8x, it should suffice the occasional need to hook up a netbook to an external optical drive. One of the items I enumerated earlier on my post about "How would you extend the netbook?" was an equally portable and lightweight external optical media drive. Weighs about 380 grams and is only 21mm thick. The MSI Wind and the LG drive's combined weight is almost the same as that of an Asus Eee PC 1000H. The dimensions…

Apple launches hard drive replacement program

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: June 22, 2015

Cupertino-based company Apple kicks off a replacement program for customers who have purchased 27-inch iMacs with faulty 3TB hard drives bought from 2012. The said program was initiated after discovering that some 3TB hard drives on the aforementioned iMacs "may fail under some conditions". Apple was reported to be contacting customers who provided working email addresses to report of the said replacement program. Although if you bought your iMac between December of 2012 and September 2013, you yourself may get the computer's serial number and check it on Apple's support website to know if your unit is affected. Otherwise, you may also contact…

Gear Up This School Year with Asus PH’s “Study Hard, Play Hard” Promo

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: May 27, 2015

The start of the 2015-2016 school year is just around the corner, and Asus Philippines wants students to start the year right with the Study Hard, Play Hard campaign wherein consumers will get a free Strix Claw gaming mouse, HS-W1 wireless headset, and an RT-N10+ router with every purchase of participating motherboard + video card bundles. Power Package ASUS Z97 Sabertooth Mark 1 - PHP12,630 ASUS Z97 Sabertooth Mark S - PHP16,390 ASUS Strix GTX 980 OC - PHP33,820 Gaming Package ASUS H97-Pro Gamer – PHP 6,350 ASUS A88X-Gamer – PHP5,560 ASUS Strix GTX 750 Ti OC (2GB) – PHP8,150…

ReVault is a wireless and wearable hard drive

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: May 20, 2015

More and more people are recently shifting towards cloud storage since it's easier to access and always available as long as you're connected to the Internet. Although with all the hacking and leaking these days it's sometimes not as safe as when you're keeping your files on a local storage. ReVault basically fuses both worlds and combines wireless transfer in a very portable form factor. Yes, having a local storage that transfers via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi is nothing new, but what makes this storage stand out from its peers is its capability to be worn and be brought around anywhere you…