External Storage

Seagate Game Drive Hub for Xbox expands storage and ports

Seagate Game Drive Hub for Xbox expands storage and ports

The Xbox faithful are most likely having a great time at E3 this week. In addition to the long-awaited announcement of the Xbox One X, which previously went by "Project Scorpio", announcements like the expanded backwards compatibility library and new games seem to show that there is no better time to be an Xbox gamer than now. Or at least in the next few months. Jumping on that train of thought, Seagate is announcing its new Game Drive Hub for the gaming console, which gives owners not only more room for their games but also more ports for their peripherals.

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Seagate DJI Fly Drive brings 2TB and a drone-friendly microSD slot

Seagate DJI Fly Drive brings 2TB and a drone-friendly microSD slot

In early January, Seagate and DJI announced a new partnership between the two companies that would result in storage solutions for drone operators. Today we're seeing the first of those products, the new joint-branded Seagate DJI Fly Drive, a portable storage drive with a microSD card slot. The drive is available in capacities up to 2TB, and most notably it contains a microSD card slot for shuttling videos from a drone's camera (such as one from DJI) to the Seagate drive itself.

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My Passport SSD is a new USB-C portable storage drive from WD

My Passport SSD is a new USB-C portable storage drive from WD

Amongst the few brands that are making the jump - at least in one product - to USB-C for portable storage is WD. They've confirmed the creation of the "My Passport SSD", their first WD Portable SSD product. This device looks tough, can handle some drop damage, and connects to USB-C devices with swiftness.

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Sony G Series Professional SSDs launch for 4K video recording

Sony G Series Professional SSDs launch for 4K video recording

Sony has introduced a pair of new G Series solid state drives designed specifically for videographers or photographers who need expansive storage for Ultra HD 4K footage. Both drives are part of Sony's G Series Professional lineup, and they come in two capacities: 480GB and 960GB. The drives can be used with DSLRs or camcorders; they offer, among many other things, longer than usual lifespans alongside a high level of reliability.

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Lexar 256GB Professional 1000x microSDXC card inbound

Lexar 256GB Professional 1000x microSDXC card inbound

Lexar has taken the wraps off its new 256GB capacity Professional 1000x microSDXC UHS-II U3 card. This product joins the three previous cards in this lineup, each with lesser capacities. Thanks to the UHS-II tech, this microSD card is capable of read transfer speeds up to 150MB/s, as well as a write speed of up to 90MB/s. The new microSDXC card will be available to purchase in the first quarter of this year.

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Incoming PS4 update finally adds support for external hard drives

Incoming PS4 update finally adds support for external hard drives

With the arrival of the current console generation, PS4 and Xbox One owners received their first true introduction to a problem that has plagued PC gamers for years: storage management. These days, you have to install console games before you can play them, which can be something of an issue when the console you bought only ships with a 500GB hard drive.

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LaCie Rugged and d2 storage updated with Thunderbolt 3

LaCie Rugged and d2 storage updated with Thunderbolt 3

LaCie has announced updates to both its d2 and Rugged storage models, adding USB-C to the Rugged model and Thunderbolt 3 to the LaCie d2. With these updates, users can use the same drives LaCie has previously announced with the latest laptop models, such as the new MacBook Pro. These drives are offered with storage options ranging up to a 5TB hard drive or a 1TB SSD for the Rugged and up to 10TB for the d2.

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Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT flash drive has a 2TB capacity

Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate GT flash drive has a 2TB capacity

Kingston Digital has taken the wraps off a new flash drive with a crazy high capacity, relatively speaking: 2TB. That’s despite its small 72mm x 26.9mm x 21mm size, making it an exceptionally small way to tote around a lot of data. According to Kingston, this capacity can accommodate up to 70 hours of 4K UHD-resolution videos.

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Lenovo Smart Storage boasts dual-band WiFi and 6TB capacity

Lenovo Smart Storage boasts dual-band WiFi and 6TB capacity

Along with its other CES 2017 offerings comes the Lenovo Smart Storage device, an attractive external storage option boasting a 6TB capacity and a variety of connectivity features, including peer-to-peer access and dual-band WiFi. Unlike many similar devices, the Lenovo Smart Storage features integrated facial recognition for better sorting your synced photographs, doing so based on the faces in those photos.

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Seagate Duet portable hard drive syncs with Amazon Drive

Seagate Duet portable hard drive syncs with Amazon Drive

Seagate has introduced a new portable hard drive called Duet, one that features Amazon branding on the case and supports syncing with Amazon Drive, the company’s cloud storage service. The drive itself has a 1TB capacity, and it backs up whatever data you put on it to Amazon Drive, which can then be accessed using its related mobile app. Not an Amazon customer? You'll get free cloud storage to get you started.

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Seagate 512GB SSD Game Drive for Xbox One arrives in November

Seagate 512GB SSD Game Drive for Xbox One arrives in November

Seagate has taken the wraps off a new SSD drive for the Xbox One called the Game Drive for Xbox. According to Seagate, the Game Drive was designed specifically for Microsoft’s video game console, offering gamers an expansion option for storing games beyond the limit of the Xbox’s internal drive. The drive comes in a 512GB capacity and will be available starting next month.

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Synology launches the new DS216j home NAS

Synology launches the new DS216j home NAS

There used to be a time where virtually all of your files were stored on a single computer. Maybe you'd have CDs or floppy disks with some backups, but that was generally it. In today's world, you don't necessarily want all of your media and important documents sitting on a desktop or a laptop. Instead, you might look to a NAS to help you out.

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