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Buffalo 1TB MiniStation HD-PCT1TU2 Portable Hard Drive

Posted in Buffalo by Conner Flynn on June 24th, 2011

Buffalo is getting ready to launch yet another portable hard drive in Japan. This one is called the MiniStation HD-PCT1TU2 and it comes in 1TB capacity, with a glossy enclosure in either white or black.

Some other features include a USB 2.0 interface, software for power management and data backup and encryption. The 1TB MiniStation HD-PCT1TU2 will hit Japan next month for 13,600 Yen (or about $169 in yankee dollars).

Buffalo MiniStation 3.0 Portable Hard Drive

Posted in Buffalo by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2011

Buffalo has announced a new line of MiniStation portable hard drives in Japan. The MiniStation 3.0 series is sleek, with a glossy black or white coating, and uses SuperSpeed USB 3.0 connectivity.

They come in 500GB and 1TB storage capacities and are backed by a one-year warranty. They also come bundled with software for data backup, encryption and power saving. The 500GB and 1TB Buffalo MiniStation 3.0 retail for $141 and $206. Not bad at all.

A-Data announces SH02 Portable Hard Drive

Posted in A-Data by Conner Flynn on May 7th, 2010

A-Data has announced it’s new 2.5-inch portable hard drive, the SH02. It comes in three different color options: white, pink and black, each with a 3-dimensional imprint pattern made using the IMF technology.

If you’re looking for something fashionable yet compact this is a good one. The drive features a scratch resistant case, a USB 2.0 interface and is available in two storage capacities: 320GB and 500GB.

Iomega eGo BlackBelt portable hard drive review

Posted in Review by Darrin Olson on January 26th, 2009

Iomega eGo BlackBelt portable hard driveIomega kicked out a couple of new portable hard drives last month, one of which being the rugged 250GB eGo BlackBelt that we’re taking a look at today. The most stand-out feature we found in the BlackBelt was its Drop Guard Xtreme, allowing the portable drive to take a hit to the pavement from as much as 7 feet in the air and keep on ticking.

This ability to take a long drop is largely due to the black rubber “belt” that envelopes the drive (mostly the corners) protecting it from all angles of impact. The rubber belt is not adhered to the drive so it can be removed if you would like, and your left with a smooth, flat-black flask-shaped chasis that’s maybe a little to big for a pants pocket but will easily fit into the pocket of a jacket.