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Seagate / LaCie CES 2014 Announcements

CES 2014 logoSeagate and LaCie stick to mostly attached storage for their CES 2014 introductions.

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Seagate Makes Attached Backup Easy

Seagate logoSeagate has announced a line of attached drives with "one-click" backup built in.

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LaCie Unveils Thunderbolt SSD DAS

LaCie Little Big Disk w/ ThunderboltLaCie just gave a +1 for Intel's Thunderbolt technology with a new DAS using Intel SSDs.

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PROMISE Announces Thunderbolt RAID Storage

PROMISE PegasusPROMISE Technology said it has the first RAID direct attached storage for Intel's Thunderbolt bus.

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Thecus Announces USB 3.0 DAS, Adapter, NAS Upgrades

Thecus D0204Thecus introduced a dual-bay USB 3.0 drive and adapter card today.

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USB 3.0 Drive Smackdown

USB 3.0 Drives from WD, Buffalo & SeagateWhich drive reigns supreme when we compare USB 3.0 drives from Buffalo, Western Digital and Seagate?

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Slideshow: USB 3.0 Drive Triple Play

Our companion article compares the first USB 3.0 attached drives from Buffalo, WD and Seagate. Here's a look at what makes them tick.

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Buffalo Shipping USB 3.0 Drives

DriveStation HD-HXU3Buffalo today said it is shipping the first SuperSpeed USB 3.0 hard drives and a companion PCI Express card.

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Data Robotics Intros iSCSI, eSATA Drobos

Drobo EliteData Robotics today announced two new members of its Drobo expandable attached storage family.

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Iomega UltraMax Pro Desktop Hard Drive Reviewed

Iomega UltraMax Pro Desktop Hard Drive ReviewedIomega's top-of-line USB/eSATA DAS can reach speeds over 100 MB/s and is easy to use. But it could be quieter and provide clearer status information.   Read more...


NAS too slow? Try DAS

Norco DS-500NAS seems to have eclipsed direct attached storage (DAS) as the product of choice for large, robust file handling. But Bill Meade looks at Norco's DS-500 eSATA DAS to see what NAS buyers might be missing.   Read more...