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Addonics outs CF Drive with six CF card slots

Addonics outs CF Drive with six CF card slots

If you have a bunch of Compact Flash of CF cards lying around and you want to use them to make your own speedy SSD storage device Addonics has your device. The company has a new 5.25" drive bay CF/CFast drive adapter that slips into one of your unused optical drive bays and turns those CF cards into fast storage.

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New Addonics CFast adapters add CFast cards to PCs

New Addonics CFast adapters add CFast cards to PCs

Addonics has announced a couple new ways to gets its CFast media integrated into your computer. The company has announced a couple new CFast adapters with one called the CFast HDD Adapter and the other called the SATA CFast adapter.

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Addonics unveils new Network Attached USB adapter

Addonics unveils new Network Attached USB adapter

If you have a network in the home or office being able to share USB devices like scanners, printers, and webcams can save lots of money and install hassles. The catch is that some network devices cost a lot more than other devices lacking integrated network capability.

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Addonics unveils Pocket eSATA/USB DigiDrive and Internal SATA/USB DigiDrive

Addonics unveils Pocket eSATA/USB DigiDrive and Internal SATA/USB DigiDrive

For many uses, the USB port is too slow. This is part of the reason why we have faster connectivity options on the horizon. Addonics has announced a couple new memory card readers that use faster connectivity options to allow for faster uploads and downloads.

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Addonics NAS25HDU2 NAS caddy: plenty of promise, a few annoying flaws

Addonics NAS25HDU2 NAS caddy: plenty of promise, a few annoying flaws

We want to find Addonics NAS25HDU2 single-drive NAS adapter appealing - after all, a hard-drive caddy that makes any HDD network-accessible, as well as offering printer sharing and standalone BitTorrent downloads has to be good, right? - but there are a few blemishes on the spec sheet that have us looking elsewhere.  We can live without the RAID support, after all we're assuming you're not keeping your entire system backup on a single-drive solution, but the 10/100 rather than gigabit ethernet interface is at odds with the media server image.

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Addonics unveils hardware SATA port multiplier

Addonics unveils hardware SATA port multiplier

If you are the sort of computer enthusiast that has their machine crammed with hard drives and still wants more storage space for your digital files and backups, Addonics has a new product for you. The company has announced a new hardware port replicator for SATA ports that comes in two styles.

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Addonics offers up new portable Blu-ray drive with eSATA interface

Addonics offers up new portable Blu-ray drive with eSATA interface

I learned the hard way when I used my netbook at CES back in January that in the business world, many people still give out information on CDs or DVDs. That is a big problem for netbook users who lack optical drives. I've also wondered a few times why users would bother with 720p capable netbooks without a Blu-ray drive.

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Feature-rich Addonics 4×1 eSATA/USB Port Multiplier has integrated Raid Controller

Feature-rich Addonics 4×1 eSATA/USB Port Multiplier has integrated Raid Controller

Addonics has come out with an innovative and compact size 4x1 Port Multiplier with integrated hardware Raid controller that’s OS independent. It comes in the form of System version (PCI-form factor) – to enable multiple hard drives inside a system to be connected together to form a RAID volume -- or Enclosure version – arts as external RAID array that fits inside Addonics family of Storage Tower, Storage Rack or other standard multi-bay enclosures.

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Addonics NASU2 USB drive network adapter reviewed: Simple, but rivals circle

Addonics NASU2 USB drive network adapter reviewed: Simple, but rivals circle

Addonics NASU2 NAS Adapter promises to be an easy, low-cost way to take a USB hard-drive and turn it into network-attached storage.  The compact box, with a USB 2.0 port on one end and a 10/100 ethernet port on the other, was announced back in December; now Register Hardware have flipped it onto their review bench to see if it really is the $55 Holy Grail of simple networked storage.  The good news?  In many ways, it really is.

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