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Kingston MobileLite G3 & Pro Wireless Storage/Charger rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The Kingston MobileLite G3 & Pro are essentially wireless storage/card-reader devices. It has a SD slot and a USB port so you can connect a thumb drive or USB drive. It's also capable of 2.4GHz 802.11b/g/n & 5GHz 802.11ac and connecting to local networks. As well, they have a rechargeable Li-ion battery so charging portable devices is possible. It's a definite must have!


 

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HighPoint RocketStor 5322 6Gb/s eSATA Storage Dock rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The HighPoint RocketStor 5322 6Gb/s eSATA Storage Dock has 2 6Gb/s ports, fits 2.5" or 3.5" drives, is HotSwap and HotPlug compatibility, PC & MAC supported. This dock is about performance and RAID 0 is also possible with a supported controller. It's an outstanding product!


 

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Mass Availability of WD’s Solid-State Hybrid Drive Slips to 2014

"Western Digital announced its solid-state hybrid drives (SSHD), storage devices that combine high-speed NAND flash memory and high-capacity rotating media, last September, but since the products are still in development, they will likely miss window of opportunity this year and will only become available in new notebook PCs in 2014."

HAMR time: Seagate demos terabit-per-inch hard disk technology

"Seagate is preparing the first commercial hard disks capable of storing one trillion bits of data per square inch on its platters using a technology called heat assisted magnetic recording (HAMR). That means 3.5-inch hard drives with capacities of 6 terabytes could be just around the corner—and 60-terabyte drives are that much closer to becoming a reality.

Portable Storage And SSDs Will Soon Get Bigger

"Tuesday Samsung announced that it had begun mass-producing the industry's first 3-bit-per-cell, 64 Gb (8 GB) MLC NAND flash chip using 20-nm-class processing. The news follows Samsung's introduction of 32 Gb (4 GB) 3-bit NAND flash using 30-nm-class processing last November, and the company's 32 Gb MLC NAND using 20-nm-class processing unleashed in April." | more

 
 
 

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Cost Effective Server for Home/Office

One of the largest current markets in the computer hardware industry i
 
 
 

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