Storage 2010 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular Storage Articles for 2010

SSD vs HDD: A Beginner’s Guide to SSD Upgrades

Are you looking for a way to increase the performance of your notebook? Then upgrading the storage is often an easy and worthwhile way to boost the speed of your[...]

Iomega 1TB eGo USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive Review

Earlier this year Iomega became the first PC storage company to announce that it would convert all its external USB hard drives to the new USB 3.0 standard. We took[...]

Iomega eGo USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive Review

We've reviewed several models of the eGo series of external hard drives from Iomega over the years. The eGo Desktop Hard Drive and eGo Portable Hard Drive have both received[...]

Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex TV HD Media Player Review

The living room is finally getting the attention it deserves, and companies are falling all over themselves to be the box in everyone's living room. Seagate is no exception. Like[...]

Seagate BlackArmor NAS 220 (6TB) Review

Seagate has been producing the BlackArmor line for some time, now. Despite being officially aimed at the small business segment of the market, BlackArmor has found some degree of popularity[...]

Western Digital My Book 3.0 Review

The Western Digital MyBook 3.0 is a new 1TB external drive packing a new Super-Speed USB 3.0 interface. For those who might not be up to date on the latest[...]

Western Digital Scorpio Blue 640GB Review

Western Digital's Scorpio Blue line of notebook hard drives is one of the most popular series of drives on the market. This 640GB hard drive, the WD6400BEVT, represents a good[...]

Iomega iConnect Review

The Iomega iConnect Wireless Data Station is a sort of DIY-type NAS unit that allows you to share any USB-connected storage across your network. If you are the type of[...]

Western Digital Caviar Green 3TB Review

Western Digital may not be the first to announce or release a 3TB drive, but they're certainly the first to make it available as a standalone unit. Breaking the 2TB[...]

Patriot Inferno 120GB SSD Review

Patriots newest SSD is the Patriot Inferno. At the heart of this SSD is a Sandforce controller, a controller that is being used more and more by SSD manufacturers. Currently[...]

Western Digital VelociRaptor Review (600GB)

Western Digital's original VelociRaptor drive was pretty revolutionary when it debuted. A consumer-focused traditional hard drive, the VelociRaptor offered 300GB of storage spinning along at 10,000RPM. Despite a shift across[...]

ASUS, A-DATA Intro USB 3.0 Products

ASUS has partnered with A-DATA to introduce new products using the new USB 3.0 standard.

HP Pavilion Elite HPE-190t Review

HP's newest addition to their performance desktop lineup is the Pavilion Elite HPE-190t. This machine is set apart from the rest, as it offers six-core performance thanks to Intel's very[...]

Intel 2011 Roadmap Leaked: Big SSDs, Fast CPUs

It's about that time - time for leaks to start coming out regarding next year's CPU roadmaps. ComputerBase managed to get their hands on some internal Intel slides, and the[...]

Samsung EcoGreen F4 HDD Offers 3-Platter 2TB for Multimedia Storage

Samsung this week rolled out the EcoGreen F4 (EGF4), an ultra high density, power-saving hard disk drive (HDD) for desktop PCs which uses three platters instead of the traditional four[...]

Intel PM55/HM55 Chipsets Having Trouble with SSDs?

Our forum members have discovered a possible flaw with the latest Intel PM55 and HM55 notebook chipsets, which are very common in modern notebooks.

Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue SSD Review

Solid state drives aren't a new technology, but in the past couple of years they've really captured the imagination of technology enthusiasts. Unlike traditional hard drives, SSDs have no moving[...]

Corsair Padlock 2 Review

Your bank and e-mail accounts are secured with a code, so why not your flash drive? The Corsair Padlock 2 is an 8GB flash drive secured by a user-created PIN.[...]

ADATA Nobility N004 SSD Review

The new ADATA Nobility N004 Dual Interface Flash Drive is a standard 2.5-inch SSD with a built-in USB 3.0 port for use as either an internal boot drive or an[...]

Congratulations on Getting a New Computer!

With the holidays passing, a lot of people are just getting around to setting up their new computer, and no doubt have questions about what to do and how to[...]