Apacer, known for their memory products, has been in the business for two decades now. Today, we’ll be taking a look at one of their offerings in the external hard drive market; specifically, the Apacer AC531 external hard drive.
Known for their PCs and laptops, HP has been manufacturing flash drives for some time now. Today, we’ll be taking a look at one of their flash drives; specifically, the HP v252w 16GB.
One of the known names in the realm of electronic giants, Toshiba, has added another item on their list of products with the entry of the Canvio Ready.
Mac users will surely enjoy the widened range of storage device options with Transcend StoreJet 100.
Kingston, one of the most renowned memory and USB flash drive manufacturer around the globe, announced at CES 2016 their latest flash drive; the DataTraveler 2000. What separates the DataTraveler 2000 is that it sports AES-256 in XTS mode making it an incredibly secure flash drive.
The HardwareZone Philippines team is spreading love this Valentine's season! Get a chance to win two WD My Passport Ultra 1TB units by joining our "With My Love, WD My Passport" Instagram contest.
Samsung SSDs are known to be one of the quickest around. If you crave for speedy performance even on the go, the Samsung Portable SSD T1 was just recently launced locally. Let's see if this external hard disk drive lives up to Samsung's reputation for producing fast flash drives.
Adopting the hands-on approach, Xiaomi Global's Vice President Hugo Barra personally met with the local media and introduced Mi portfolio of devices, announcing its entry to the Philippine market and the arrival of its products, the first of which will be the flagship Mi 3.
Rivals Seagate and WD released their new portable hard drives with 4TB storage capacity. Seagate's Backup Plus Fast employs USB 3.0 connectivity, whereas WD's My Passport Pro uses Thunderbolt technology. Which drive is faster? Read on to find out.
The Flash Voyager GO is Corsair's lineup of USB OTG flash drives consisting of 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB models. Clad in a metallic casing, Flash Voyager GO drives are more compact and faster, thanks to its USB 3.0 interface.