Mobile Storage Solutions

by Carroll Moore ·Posted 11/03/2020
New from SanDisk, the SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive Luxe brings the double-connector design philosophy of previous Ixpand models to a new generation of Apple devices. Available in 64, 128, and
by John Foldi ·Posted 08/22/2019
Smartphones and tablets can be useful tools when you’re heading back to school. They can enhance both your studies and social life, so when you’re away from home or the dorm all day long, the last thing you need is to run out of room for more photos, files, or notes. Thankfully, getting files off your devices doesn’t require a desktop or notebook. We’ll go over some methods you can use to free up space, backup, and share your files while you’re on the move. Add More Memory One option for Android device owners (sorry Apple fans) is the ability
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted 04/27/2020
Thunderbolt™ 2 may not be the new kid on the block, but it certainly isn’t going anywhere, as it provides bi-directional transfer speeds of up to 20 Gb/s, which is more than enough bandwidth to handle 4K and 6K workflows. In creating their G-SPEED Shuttle XL Thunderbolt™ 2 RAID Array, which is available in configurations of 48TB (8 x 6TB), 80TB (8 x 10TB), and 112TB (8 x 14TB), G-Technology harnessed the power of Thunderbolt™ 2
by Stephen Janiszak ·Posted 01/09/2018
Change the way you back up your photos and videos captured on cameras, drones, and mobiles devices with the My Passport Wireless SSD from Western Digital, showcased this year at CES. This portable SSD comes equipped with an SD card slot, so you can simply remove the memory card from your camera, drone, or mobile device and insert it directly into the SSD. Once inserted, the one-touch copy button allows for effortless transfer of
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 12/13/2017
G-Tech’s G-Drive mobile USB 3.0 Hard Drives comprise portable storage solutions designed to keep up with users who are constantly working on the go, such as photographers and videographers. Thanks to their compact design, the G-Drives can easily fit into your bag or laptop sleeve, and even your pocket. They feature an all-aluminum design, which is sturdy and complements your Mac system in silver (but is also available in black),
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted 10/17/2017
If you’re a photo or video editor who needs to work from their mobile device or perform backups while traveling or on location, consider the GNARBOX Portable Backup & Editing System. Already available in 128GB, GNARBOX has just upped the ante by increasing the flash storage capacity to 256GB. The GNARBOX is a mobile editing suite that fits in your pocket. Small and compact, and around the size of a standard portable drive, it
by Patrick Chiang ·Posted 09/06/2017
When buying a desktop computer, how much thought do you put into its storage capacity? How much do you think you can store, and how long can get by with just a 1TB hard drive? At first, it always seems plenty, but once we start saving photos, videos, movies, games, and more, we find ourselves in a predicament. There’s still so much Internet and life we want to download and keep, but that red bar slowly creeping to the edge has got us all feeling anxious. Most people opt for an external storage solution, which is important for backups, but what
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted 08/31/2017
SanDisk has just introduced the 400GB Ultra UHS-I microSDXC Memory Card with SD Adapter, a new microSD card with the Application Performance Class 1 (A1) rating, which can be used in virtually all devices that support microSDXC media, including photo and video rigs, and more. With the A1 rating, this card has been optimized to deliver a faster mobile application performance. This spec also allows the card to manage
by Max Waldroop ·Posted 09/07/2017
We’ve all been there. “Storage almost full.” “Not enough storage available.” “Cannot Take Photo.” “Storage space running out.” No matter how your smartphone chooses to articulate it, the meaning’s the same: your shiny connected companion is full to the point of bursting, with nary a megabyte to spare for a low-res photo or simple app. The truth is, while our devices have gotten higher-resolution cameras, bigger operating systems, and more complex apps, the amount of storage included has stayed relatively static. And if your handset of choice