Saturday, June 23, 2018

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In Win `Na Hi-Speed USB/eSATA External Hard Drive Enclosure Review

Today I will be looking at the In Win `Na, their new hard drive enclosure. In Win is well known for their cases and power supplies, and the `Na takes them into the world of storage enclosures. The `Na is definitely unique, I have never seen any hard drive enclosure.or any other PC peripheral for that matter, that looks like it. In Win calls it "An artistic storage device." Read on to see the In Win `Na!

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Super Talent Godfather 2GB Swivel Flash Drive Review

Movie merchandising sometimes goes a little beyond imagination. In <i>Spaceballs</i>, Yogurt spends considerable time in one scene showing all the merchandising which is being done for the movie. Had such a scene existed in director Francis Ford Coppolla's <i>The Godfather</i>, I'm sure that USB drives-had they existed back then-would have been included, regardless of how relevant to the story they are. ThinkComputers reviews the Godfather 2 GB swivel Flash drive from memory maker Super Talent, which teamed up with Paramount Pictures to created the licensed storage device. We take a look, and decide that this is an offer we <i>can</i> refuse.

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Icy Dock MB881US-1S-1 Hard Drive Dock Review

If there is one thing we have seen a lot of in the past few months it has been hard drive docks, external devices that allow you to plug in a SATA hard drive connect it to your computer via USB or eSATA. We have reviewed 3 of them already and they all are pretty much the same design. Today we will be looking at one from Icy Dock that is quite unique and is actually very portable as well. Let's see if the MB881US-1S-1 is the best hard drive dock out of the mix.

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Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB SATA Hard Drive Review

The cost of hard drive storage keeps getting cheaper and cheaper, while the capacity getting larger and larger. A year ago, 1TB drives were several hundred dollars. Now, they're only a few tens of dollars more than their 750 GB and 500 GB brethren. Earlier this summer, Western Digital introduced three series of hard drives: Green, Blue, and Black. The Green series is for power-friendly applications, Blue for standard drives, and Black for performance. ThinkComputers presents its review of the largest in the Black series, the 1 TB WD1001FALS.

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Seagate FreeAgent XTreme 1TB External Hard Drive Review

With prices on storage continuing to drop and the holiday season almost over there are so many people looking to pick up an external hard drive. Over the past month I have been asked at least 5 times what is the best external hard drive to get. Just in time for the holidays Seagate has revamped their FreeAgent series of drives. We have already taken a look at the <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/index.php?x=reviews&id=895">FreeAgent Go</a> and <a href="https://www.thinkcomputers.org/index.php?x=reviews&id=883">FreeAgent Desk</a> now we are going to check out the FreeAgent XTreme. The XTreme is the top of the line drive in the FreeAgent series having Firewire, USB, and eSATA connections. Let's take a look!

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Seagate FreeAgent Go 320GB Portable Hard Drive Review

Portable storage is always something that is always important to a lot of people. They need something that can be carried around with them and does not use an external power source. This only leaves them with 2 options, a flash drive or a portable hard drive. Currently flash drives only go up to 64GB so if you are looking for more storage than that you are going to have to go with a portable hard drive. Today we are taking a look at the 320GB Seagate FreeAgent Go Portable Hard Drive. We will see if it is the perfect companion for traveling.

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Kingston 32GB SDHC Memory Card Review

Removable storage keeps on getting larger and larger, especially with consumer products being able to record HD quality video and take pictures at 12 megapixel resolution. With that said many people think that 2GB cards are more than enough, but if you are shooting video that is not even close to enough space. Today we will be looking at a SDHC (Secure Digital High-Capacity) card from Kingston. SDHC cards currently range from 4GB to 32GB; we received the 32GB version of the card. 32GB is sure a lot of space for videos and photos, let's see what we can do with this card!

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IcyDock MB674SPF Multi-bay Backplane Module Review

Some folks have a burning need for as much storage as they can cram into a full tower case. For those folks, the standard three internal 3.5" bays is insufficient. However, even the rare six internal 3.5" bay case is insufficient, as well. However, cases larger than that can often cost a pretty penny. Instead, those folks turn to products such as IcyDock's four-in-three multi-bay backplane module, a four-in-three insert into a case's 5.25" bays which can contain and power up to four SATA hard drives. ThinkComputers has the review.

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Seagate FreeAgent Desk 1TB External Hard Drive Review

Storage, you can never have enough of it. With everything going HD file sizes are getting larger, which means you need a larger storage capacity to hold all your movies, music, and photos. I remember when I thought 100GB was a lot of space, now it seems like 500GB is the standard now. Seagate has recently revamped their FreeAgent line of external hard drives. They were nice enough to send us the new FreeAgent Desk 1TB external drive. Let's take a look...

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