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Asus Eee 30GB USB Hard Drive is 1.8-Inches, Only $30

Asus Eee 30GB USB Hard Drive is 1.8-Inches, Only $30

When it comes to external hard drives, you don't want something that's as big as your keyboard sitting on your desk, next to your monitor. The whole idea is to have something compact, but that's perfectly capable of holding all of your necessary data. And, when it comes to the new Asus Eee 30GB hard drive, you'll have to keep it limited to the bare essentials.

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Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim Official: 250GB HDD, 802.11n WiFi

Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim Official: 250GB HDD, 802.11n WiFi

And the hits just keep on coming. Of course, just on the heels of announcing when the Kinect would go on sale, Microsoft have officially announced that a new, smaller, and shinier version of their Xbox 360 is going on sale, too. But, the difference here is that the new console is going on sale very, very soon. In fact, it has already started shipping.

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Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive: Close to SSD performance at HDD price

Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive: Close to SSD performance at HDD price

The performance close of an SSD with the pricing of an HDD; that's what Seagate promise is possible with the new Momentus XT range.  A series of 2.5-inch laptop hard-drives, the Momentus XT use a hybrid combination of 4GB of SSD memory paired with a 7,200rpm HDD: by using the SSD partition with Seagate's new Adaptive Memory technology - which learns typical drive use and prioritises key files - the company reckon users will see around 400-percent performance improvements on regular 7,200rpm HDDs but at a quarter the price of a true SSD.

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Seagate 3TB Hard Drive Confirmed for a Release Later This Year

Seagate 3TB Hard Drive Confirmed for a Release Later This Year

After a couple of weeks of rumors, Seagate apparently wanted to clear the air. And so, Seagate's Senior Product Manager Barbara Craig has finally confirmed that Seagate is, indeed, working on releasing a 3TB hard drive later this year. But, it's not all going as smoothly as Seagate planned, as they've run into a few obstacles. And, sadly, if you're running Windows XP still, you can't even get the 3TB goodness, because the drive will require a 64-bit Operating System.

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