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Bravia TV recording with the Sony HD-PG5

Bravia TV recording with the Sony HD-PG5

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Sony has announced the arrival of the HD-PG5 external HDD range - an announcement that is much more exciting than you might think. And that's because the Sony HD-PG5 range packs USB HD TV recording features, that work in tandem with certain Bravia TV... >>

Western Digital My Book Studio takes a bite of the Apple

Western Digital My Book Studio takes a bite of the Apple

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Western Digital has announced its latest external HDD, the Mac loving My Book Studio - which now comes in a 3TB flavour. The My Book Studio is formatted for use with Apple Mac computers and Apple Time Machines, and the brushed aluminium look will make... >>

iPad streaming with the Seagate GoFlex Satellite - we go hands on

iPad streaming with the Seagate GoFlex Satellite - we go hands on

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Storage specialist Seagate has announced its latest external HDD - this one with a heavy emphasis on media streaming - the Seagate GoFlex Satellite. Built with an iPad in mind (although an Android app is coming down the line and you could essentially... >>

Toshiba introduces sleek HDD StorE duo

Toshiba introduces sleek HDD StorE duo

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With the amount of digital data that the average man now has, due to the ever increasing megapixel count on cameras, the need for lossless audio, and the HD revolution, it's becoming ever easier to fill up your computer's internal storage option. And... >>

ioSafe Rugged Portable for important (or paranoid) people

ioSafe Rugged Portable for important (or paranoid) people

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ioSafe has launched its latest high-security portable drive, the ioSafe Rugged Portable. The Rugged Portable is designed to keep your data secure when it's in transit from A to B, so would be perfect if you're a spy, or if you've just got a lot of "data"... >>

Convert 2D to 3D with Buffalo's USB 3.0 Blu-ray writer

Convert 2D to 3D with Buffalo's USB 3.0 Blu-ray writer

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Buffalo is really embracing USB 3.0 and the extra bandwidth it affords. But, bar giving you more time, the speeds of up to 5 Gbps (USB 2.0 maxes out at 480 Mbps) have been fairly underutilised. However, with the company's external USB 3.0 Blu-ray drive,... >>