Storage 2006 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular Storage Articles for 2006

HP Pavilion dv8000 Review (pics, specs)

The HP dv8000 is a desktop replacement, 17-inch widescreen notebook that comes with either the AMD Turion-64 or the Intel Core Duo processor. The dv8000 is a thinner and lighter[...]

Do It Yourself Making an External Hard Drive Guide

If you're looking for some extra external storage for your notebook you could go out and buy a ready made USB or FireWire external 100GB hard drive for around $200,[...]

Sony VAIO AR 17″ Screen Notebook Available in Canada for Pre-Order

It looks like Sony is going to be releasing a new media-centric notebook soon, the VAIO AR series laptop has shown up on a Canadian website for pre-order. The[...]

Ogio Metroid Laptop Backpack Review (pics)

The Ogio Metroid laptop backpack is designed for 15" screen notebooks and offers a ton of pockets and lots of room for storage. Following is a full review of[...]

Seagate Portable External Hard Drive Review (pics)

There is certainly no dearth of portable storage devices out there. Once you decide about what form factor you want and the capacity you need, then you get to wade[...]

Western Digital My Book Essential 250GB External Hard Drive Review

Like most notebook owners, I recently became aware of a need for more storage space. The proliferation in digital media such as video, music & high resolution images has resulted[...]

News Bits: Waterproof Panasonic Notebook, IE 7 Beta 2 Available, New Intel Merom Processors for August, Dell Squeezes Suppliers

Matsushita/Panasonic's Waterproof Notebook Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 AvailableDell asks notebook manufacturers to pay back percentage of revenues Intel next-gen GPU to support Shader 4.0 Intel to Ship Dual Core[...]

Sabrent SATA II ExpressCard Review

If you do a lot of video editing with your notebook and need a fast way to move those data bytes to storage, the Sabrent SATA II ExpressCard might be[...]

Seagate Pocket Hard Drive Review

Flash memory has dropped in price over the years, while capacities have continued to increase, but high capacity flash RAM remains very expensive. Seagate has a portable alternative that might[...]