The World's Thinnest 2TB Hard Drive Is a Mere 9.5mm Thick

Just a few months ago we were impressed with Western Digital for cramming an entire terabyte of storage into a mobile hard drive that was just seven millimetres thick. But now Seagate's come along to steal WD's thunder with the ultra slim 2.5 inch Spinpoint M9T that manages to double that capacity to two terabytes inside a drive that's just 9.5 millimetres thick. Read More >>

The World's Thinnest 1TB Hard Drive is Just 7mm Thick

If you're in the market for slimline storage, Western Digital has just the hard drive for you: it's latest offering, WD Blue, crams 1TB into a case that's just 7mm thick. Read More >>

This 1.5TB Laptop Drive Is the Most Memory-Dense You Can Buy

While SSDs are blisteringly fast, they still can't offer the capacities that the humble hard disk provides. Especially this one, because with 1.5 TB squeezed into its tiny little frame, it's the most memory-dense drive you can buy right now. Read More >>

A Bunch of Bargain-Basement SSDs Are Your Instant-Turbo-Charged-Computer Deal of the Day

Did you know that today is National Hard Drive Day? Well it is, because we just decided that it is, so shut up. Appropriately, here's some top-notch hard drive and SSD bargains that we've found to help celebrate the big day. Read More >>

"128GB" Microsoft Surface Pro Only Offers 83GB of Usable Space

The standard Windows 8 Surface tablets came in for some stick, thanks to the Windows files eating up 13GB of hard drive space. That's nothing compared to Windows 8 Pro, which requires an astonishing 45GB of the Surface Pro's disk space for its files. Read More >>

A Sapphire Hard Disk Will Last 1 Million Years (But You Can't Afford It)

Though hard disk drive technology has improved in recent times, you'd be a brave soul indeed to use one for more than a couple of years without backing it up. But now a team of scientists has made a hard disk from sapphire which it claims will last 1 million years—just don't expect to be able to afford it. Read More >>

SSDs Cost Half as Much as They Did in 2011, So It's Time to Upgrade

While last years Thailand floods saw the cost of HDDs skyrocket, the price of solid state drives has been slowly dropping. In fact, since early 20011 prices have dropped on average by 46 per cent. Read More >>


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