Thursday, May 31, 2012
Introducing the New ICY DOCK MB559U3S-1SB Professional Ultra Slim USB 3.0 & eSATA External 3.5" SATA HDD Enclosure - Black
Introducing the ICY DOCK MB559U3S-1S Professional Ultra Slim USB 3.0 & eSATA External 3.5" SATA HDD Enclosure - Pearl White
On the table today is a 2.5” drive rack by Icy Dock. The MB994SP-4S can hold four 2.5” drives, and fit all of them in a single 5.25” bay in your desktop or server. It can fit any 2.5” drive up to 15mm in height (yes, that includes Western Digital’s extremely popular 2.5” Velociraptor drives!) The chassis of the rack is 100% aluminum, which gives a solid feel and a clean look. It also has dual 40mm exhaust fans to keep the higher-RPM drives cool. Read on to find out more.........read the full review
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
It’s been nearly a year since we’ve looked at an Icy Dock product, but this is not to say that they havn’t been busy developing new products and improving those that they have on the market already to give newer and better versions.
Icy Dock are one of those companies that when you see their name you know that the quality of product that you will get is second to none and are always simple to use and get to grips with. Keeping things simple, the Quad Bay 2.5″ SATA backplane is as it says on the tin (as do most Icy Dock products that said) – a 4x 2.5″ SATA drive enclosure that fits into a single 5.25″ drive bay............read the full review
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Hitachi has released their new 2.5" HDD, specifically for video streaming. If you are in the market for a slim, high capacity drive with low power and quiet operation, this is a drive to look into. As the name implies, the CinemaStar has other features that allow for a smooth playback - check out Storagenewsletter for more information!
Friday, May 11, 2012
The great map of showing where and what HDD components were affected in Thailand is pretty large. We could see all the other companies that were affected as well. The numbers indicate that there was a good reason for the dramatic increase in the HDD price. However, it seems that all is well as WD states that they are ready for full production. Check out Storagenewsletter for more information.
Tuesday, May 08, 2012
The fact that HGST has developed and debut the world's first 12Gb/s SAS SSD is pretty amazing. As technology keeps pushing the limits of performance, it is necessary to match that with updates to interfaces. But as interfaces update, so must other devices related to that product. Is this a good or bad thing that technology moves faster than we can adapt to? Let us know! Also, check out the full link here.