Don't-Miss Storage Stories
Cables? We don't need no stinkin' cables!
Though a couple of ticks slower than the Samsung 840 Pro, the Q Series SSDs are still top performers, and they're heavily discounted online.
It's that time of year again, when the editors of PCWorld and TechHive name the absolute best new hardware, gadgets, software, and services
Western Digital's portable My Passport Slim is a USB 3 hard drive priced at $100.
Though it's expensive for the capacity, when you need fast write performance in an external USB 3.0 drive, the Apricorn Aegis Portable 3.0 with the SSD option provides it.
The design brings the security of RAID plus features that are good enough for business, at a price that's low enough for consumers.
Who needs Dropbox when you can get 2TB of web-accessible storage this cheap?
The 120GB external SSD designed by Porche is a better deal than you think, and offers fast external storage in a good looking package.
This speedy four-bay box is a fabulous storage device for SMBs and consumers alike.
This lightweight device wirelessly shares multimedia content on the road. Though it lacks internal storage, it can host SD/SDHC cards and USB drives.
This external USB 3.0 hard drive boasts write performance rivaling that of an external SSD.
Small, stylish and swift, the bus-powered Envoy Pro EX is an extremely portable SSD.
At capacities of 240GB and above, Sandisk's Extreme II is extremely fast, costs less than a buck a gig, and carries a reassuring five-year warranty.
While not as fast as the company's top-of-the-line Vector, the affordable Vertex 450 comes close, and is certainly fast enough for the average user.
Single-drive, network-attached storage boxes attach to your router and start at around $200.