New products: hardware
- TOP 10 HARD DRIVES. // PCWorld;Mar2002, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p137
Reviews the top 10 computer hard drives. Features; Performance; Cost; Recommendation of Maxtor DiamondMax D540X.
- LaCie PocketDrive. Johnson, E.W. // Fortune;Winter2002 Tech Review, Vol. 144 Issue 10, p172
Reviews the LaCie PocketDrive portable data storage system. Capability to interface with computers via USB port or FireWire connection; Storage space on the drive; Comparison to similar products.
- Pockey Drive. Johnson, E.W. // Fortune;Winter2002 Tech Review, Vol. 144 Issue 10, p174
Reviews the Pockey Drive, a portable hard drive device. Interface via USB port; Storage space; Speed of operation; Comparison to similar products.
- Computers and Peripherals. // EDN;6/23/2005, Vol. 50 Issue 13, p90
Evaluates computer peripherals. Quadro FX 540 Professional Video Edition graphics board from PNY Technologies Inc.; Serial-ATA hard drives from Western Digital Corp.; Intel Pentium 4 processors from Intel.
- Portable Versatility. // Videomaker;Winter2004 Buyer's Guide, Vol. 18, p65
This article evaluates the OneTouch External Hard Drive from Maxtor Corp. and offers information on features, pros and cons and cost.
- Hard Drive Toaster. Fulton, Charles // Videomaker;Winter2004 Buyer's Guide, Vol. 18, p67
This article evaluates the Firefly 2/240 FireWire Hard Drives from Medea Corp. and offers information on features, pros and cons and cost.
- HOW WE TESTED. // Australian PC User;May2006, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p64
The article explains the process in testing several network attached storage (NAS) devices. For each test, the users moved the files to and from the NAS device. Write and read times were recorded and averaged. The average speed in MB/second was then calculated. They tested the NAS enclosures...
- External hard disks. Taylor, Nathan // Australian PC User;May2005, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p44
Presents information on external hard disks. Functions; Performance; Product specification.
- LaCie Mobile Drive. // Australian Personal Computer;Oct2003, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p82
At only 1.5cm in profile, the Mobile Drive from LaCie Ltd. is amongst the thinnest drives on test. It's a shame that it's also thin on performance and value. Despite using the same 2.5in 40GB Toshiba mechanism as the LaCie Pocket Drive, it simply refuses to go faster than 13MB/S. This puts it...