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Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD offers capacity and performance for thin mobile devices

Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD offers capacity and performance for thin mobile devices

Hard drive maker Seagate has announced a new storage device designed specifically for thin mobile devices. The hard drive is called the Seagate Ultra Mobile HDD and it promises seven times more storage capacity than a traditional 64 GB tablet with the same power needs. The storage device is a traditional hard drive promising the power, performance, and reliability of a flash device.

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Lexar 64GB microSDXC has 600x transfer speeds

Lexar 64GB microSDXC has 600x transfer speeds

Lexar produces a wide range of flash storage devices including memory cards for virtually every smartphone camera that you can imagine. The company has unveiled a new impressively high-performance micro SDXC memory card aimed at enhancing mobile video capability. The card promises transfer rates as high as 600x.

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OWC Data Doubler adds 3 TB of storage to your MacBook

OWC Data Doubler adds 3 TB of storage to your MacBook

One thing that most notebook users have in common no matter the brand of machine they use is the need for more storage space. When your typical Windows-powered notebook runs out of space adding a larger hard drive is relatively straightforward but things can get tricky if you use a MacBook. A company called OWC has announced a new Data Doubler option for MacBook users that adds 3 TB of storage space.

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Samsung unveils 840 EVO and XS1715 solid state drives

Samsung unveils 840 EVO and XS1715 solid state drives

At its 2013 SSD Global Summit in Seoul, Samsung has unveiled a couple of new SSD drives, with it putting particular emphasis on its 840 EVO, and also announcing the enterprise-level XS1715 SSD. The former is available in capacities up to 1TB, while the latter is available in a slightly higher capacity of up to 1.6TB. There's no definitive release date, with Samsung simply saying they'll be available in the second half of this year.

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Samsung PCIe SSDs now in production for Ultrabooks

Samsung PCIe SSDs now in production for Ultrabooks

PCIe-based solid state drives aren't anything new, but Samsung has just production on a new PCIe SSD that will be specifically meant for lightweight and thin Ultrabooks. The company is calling these new SSDs the XP941 series, and they offer up to 1.4GB/s speeds, which is 2.5 times faster than a traditional SATA solid state drive.

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