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Iomega eGo USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive - PCstats.com Iomega eGo USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive
Sun, October 24 2010 | 4:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
There is no denying that hard drives are the kings of portable MASS storage; however portable hard drives are either stylish yet delicate or ugly totalitarian tank like devices that can take a pounding with seemingly nothing in between the two extremes. Iomega and their eGo Portable line is trying to change this and offer a portable drive which is not only durable but is also stylish! Add in a USB 3.0 interface and on paper these drives my just be perfect for most situations. Does the eGo 3.0 500GB portable hard drive have what it takes to impress on both the speed and durability fronts? Let's find out!
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HP StorageWorks Ultrium 3000 SAS Tape Drive  - PCstats.com HP StorageWorks Ultrium 3000 SAS Tape Drive
Tue, May 11 2010 | 4:02PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“The StorageWorks Ultrium 3000 is one of two LTO-5 offerings from HP. It’s available as a bare half-height drive for direct fitting into a host server, in a casing for use as a standalone external drive and as part of larger tape library solutions. It can be had with a Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) or Fibre Channel interface (the latter for tape library use), with HP claiming the same capacity and throughput figures as specified in the LTO specification. Prices start at around £2140 (ex. VAT) for the bare half-height drive, with tape library products, such as those in the StorageWorks MSL family starting at £8200 (ex. VAT). Included with the external SAS drive we were sent were drivers for use with Windows enabling it to be used with all the leading backup applications.”
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