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Toshiba STOR.E ART 4 – fast, furious and nicely designed

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Toshiba has just presented their new external hard drive – STOR.E ART 4.

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LaCie Rugged USB 3.0 500GB

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LaCie has expanded their external hard drives with new Rugged USB 3.0 model. The device not only has rugged casing, but also comes with the SuperSpeed USB interface.

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Toshiba STOR.E ART3 – a Pocket Hard Drive

toshiba store art3 pocket Hard Drive

Toshiba has just announced that their new external hard drive STOR.E ART3 will be available in stores in the second quarter this year.

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Transcend StoreJet 3.5 External HDD

transcend storejet 35 external hdd

Transcend has just extended their offer of the new external HDDs – 3.5” StoreJet, offering high efficiency and capacity.

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Fortress Ultra-Rugged Hard Drive: Your data has never been safer

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It is important to be able to safely protect your digital data, and to that end you are going to want to have the Fortress Ultra-Rugger Hard Drive, capable of standing up to both shock and vibration.

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Look how far we’ve come: The Iomega Super eGo 1TB external hard drive

Iomega Super eGo 1TB external hard drive

Way back in 1980, the folks at IBM released their first 1GB hard drive. Measuring larger than a coffin and weighing over 500 pounds, you can see we’ve come a long way since then, since that much memory space will literally fit in the palm of our hands these days. Oh, and back then, this drive cost $40,000!

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The Smallest External Hard Drive – The Freecom Mobile Drive XXS

In this digital age, portable hard drives are becoming more of a necessity than ever. Having more portable memory is of primary concern for a great many people, and deciding between the traditional 3.5-inch hard drives (which can be both heavy and a bit on the bulky side) or the slimmer 2.5-inch hard drives (which can power up using just their USB connection) can be difficult.

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