Specs: 3 TB, External hard drive
The Bottom Line: The Silicon Power Armor A80 makes an excellent portable drive for travelers and home offices alike. Read review
Specs: 1 TB, External hard drive, SuperSpeed USB 3.0, 2.5"
The Bottom Line: If you're on a market for a high-end solid-state drive for your computer, be it a PC or a Mac, look no further than the Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme. Read review
Specs: 256 GB, Internal hard drive, 2.5", 512 MB
The Bottom Line: Compact, Internet-ready, and well-designed, the Wi-Drive makes a convenient companion for frequent travelers who have from one to three tablets and a moderate library of digital content. Read review
Specs: 32 GB, Mac, PC, Mini-USB Type A, none., IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11n, Hi-Speed USB, IEEE 802.11g
Specs: DVD±RW (±R DL), 24x (CD) / 8x (DVD), 24x (CD) / 8x (DVD±R) / 6x (DVD±R DL), 16x (CD) / 6x (DVD-RW) / 8x (DVD+RW)
The Bottom Line: The QNAP TS-412 makes a very good NAS server for environments where advanced network storage is needed. Read review
Specs: 0 GB, Mac, PC, Unix, RJ-45, 7 pin external Serial ATA, 4 pin USB Type A, Hot-swap, Gigabit Ethernet
The Bottom Line: If you're eager to try out Pogoplug PC, the Toshiba Canvio Connect is a good buy, especially if your computer supports USB 3.0. Otherwise, keep looking for better deals. Read review
Specs: 1.5 TB, External hard drive, 8 MB, 12 ms, 5400 rpm
The Bottom Line: The WD My Book Thunderbolt Duo makes a very good external storage device for Thunderbolt-enabled Macs thanks to its comparative affordability, ease of use, and decent performance. Read review
The Bottom Line: The LaCie Minimus is a good-looking and compact 3.5-inch external hard drive that would make a good addition to a desktop computer that already supports USB 3.0. Read review
Specs: 2 TB, External hard drive, SuperSpeed USB 3.0
The Bottom Line: Fast and affordable, the shockproof Silicon Power Armor A15 is an excellent buy for mobile users, especially those working in rough environments. Read review
Specs: 1 TB, External hard drive, 2.5"
The Bottom Line: The Samsung 840 series is an excellent entry-level solid-state drive for budget and general users, but not really a good buy for advanced or professional users. Read review
Specs: 500 GB, Internal hard drive, 2.5" Ultra Slim Line
The Bottom Line: WD VelociRaptor WD1000DHTZ makes an excellent storage solution for housing a large amount of data that's frequently accessed and manipulated. Read review
Specs: 1 TB, Internal hard drive, 3.5" x 1/3H, 64 MB, 10000 rpm
Specs: 2 TB, External hard drive, Hi-Speed USB
The Bottom Line: Though it lacks RAID 5, the speedy 5big Thunderbolt is still worth the hefty investment, and is a better buy than competing devices. Read review
The Bottom Line: It's not the fastest NAS, nor does it include many advanced features, but the WD My Cloud EX4 still combines great ease of use into an affordable personal cloud system that's excellent for a connected home. Read review
The Bottom Line: If you're looking for a fast SSD that offers top capacity at low cost, look no further than the Samsung 840 Evo. Read review
The Bottom Line: All things considered, the G-Tech G-RAID with Thunderbolt makes a decent investment for Mac owners who have the funds for a fast storage solution. Read review
The Bottom Line: If you have a Thunderbolt-enabled computer, the Promise Pegasus R6's storage capacity, its features, and especially its performance are worth the hefty investment for those who demand fast external storage. Read review
The Bottom Line: The Patriot Aero is a fast and competent mobile drive that unfortunately doesn't have enough new features to make it stand out. Read review
The Bottom Line: The esoteric Drobo Mini seems to strive to be unique mostly for the sake of uniqueness, and offers very little, if at all, in terms of usability considering its crazily high cost. Read review
The Bottom Line: The Hitachi Touro Mobile Pro portable drive is a fast and simple mobile storage option for those who want to carry around extra data. Read review
Specs: 750 GB, External hard drive, SuperSpeed USB 3.0, 2.5", 7200 rpm
The Bottom Line: The G-Technology G-Connect is a try-hard portable/wireless storage device that doesn't achieve much in the end. Read review
Specs: 500 GB, Mac, PC, RJ-45, Mini-USB Type B, Standard, Gigabit Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g
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