Toshiba has introduced a new family of 1.8-inch hard drives with capacities ranging up to 320GB.
The Logitech M555b is the newest Bluetooth notebook mouse that is a perfect match for laptops that come with built-in Bluetooth technology. Modeled after the Logitech V550 Nano cordless mouse, the M555b is compact, offers great battery life, and is highly customizable with Logitech's SetPoint software. Let's take a closer look at this smooth tracking Bluetooth mouse.
The Microsoft SideWinder X8 Mouse is the first gaming mouse to feature Microsoft's BlueTrack Technology for improved tracking capabilities. With a new, more ergonomic shape and on-the-fly DPI switching, is the SideWinder X8 the best wireless gaming mouse on the market? Let's take a closer look.
As the small business and home user become more dependent on technology, it is a great time to consider an online backup service. The question becomes: Which one do I use? Where will my money go the farthest? In this buyer's guide, we have reviewed six online backup products for use in home computing and small business settings.
If you're looking for a durable laptop bag for that new back-to-school notebook, V7 and Targus have teamed up to bring you a basic, affordable pair of solutions. The V7 Metro Messenger Carrying Case and Smart Slip Case by Targus aren't flashy. They aren't fancy. In our doubleheader review we take a look at both the messenger bag and the slip case and see how they perform in the real world. You can't judge a bag by its cover, after all.
There are a host of available online backup solutions on the market -- unless you're running Linux, in which case the SpiderOak online backup service is one of the few Penguin-friendly options. Is SpiderOak truly a one-size-fits-all-operating-systems solution, or just a multi-platform pretender? We get to the root of the issue in this review.
Over the past few weeks, we have reviewed six backup and recovery utilities each with their own capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses. Some programs worked perfectly while others fell flat on their digital faces. We have a new appreciation for how difficult it is to get backup and recovery software right. Read on to see our recommendations!
Toshiba today announced a 640GB 2.5-inch hard drive.
While many previous versions of Windows include have some type of archival utility, Vista Backup & Restore Center is billed as the first Windows system restore tool that could replace aftermarket data retention software. Does this free utility have what it takes? Or is the Backup & Restore Center yet more bloatware from Redmond? We make the call inside.
A Fudzilla report claims Seagate is about to launch a 2.5-inch hard drive with a 1TB capacity.
Iomega today announced its next-generation four-drive NAS (Network Attached Storage) appliance, the StorCenter ix4-200d.
In the Star Wars universe, carbonite was the only acceptable medium for keeping Han Solo safely and indefinitely preserved, so naming an online backup service Carbonite is a bold statement of (geek-centric) quality. Is this data retention solution worthy of Boba Fett's seal of approval, or is this just another case of dark side branding treachery? We seek out the truth in this review.
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