Tagged: storage

CES 2018 – Dell Showcases New PC Innovations and Solutions

This CES 2018, Dell was prepped with a bevy of new consumer products bound to intrigue anyone. Dell introduces new Ultra Thin Monitors, portable Thunderbolt 3 storage devices, and the XPS 13. Additionally, Dell introduces an all-new Alienware Command Center which allows users to personalize their gaming experience. Dell also provides a way to keep in touch with your mobile notifications while keeping your data secure through a point-to-point connection between your smartphone and PC. But Dell...

CES 2018 – Seagate Unveils New Consumer Products and Expanded Adobe Partnership

Today, SeagateⓇ revealed the upcoming availability for a few new consumer products “designed to equip the world’s increasingly mobile population with solutions that solve key challenges they face when creating, processing and accessing their data on-the-go.”† The announcements include new storage solutions for drone and mobile users that allow easy access to files and file transfers without the need of a laptop or internet connection, an ultra-portable and fast flash drive, a new secure LaCie...

STM Bags Drifter Medium Backpack Review

STM Bags has been around since 1998.  I had no idea up until a few weeks ago.  I’m ashamed.  I’m a bit of a bag-hoarder and I have owned a number of backpacks and messenger bags (much to the chagrin of my wife) ranging from Timbuk2 to Wenger.  However, I have never tried STM Bags.  Admittedly, I had never heard of this company up until a few weeks ago at CE Week.  On any given...

Time to (Transporter) Sync Your Files

Time to (Transporter) Sync Your Files

A few months ago I wrote up a review of the original Transporter which allows any user to set up his or her own cloud network for file storage.  Some may view the device with a wary eye as it costs about $199 with a 500GB hard drive.  The price point may have been off putting for some but with the Transporter Sync, there’s really no excuse to not free yourself from certain cloud storage...

Your Own Private Cloud – Transporter

The calendar year is 2013. Cloud is all the rage and so is crowdfunding. I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised when a Kickstarter project like the Transporter came along but I was – very pleasantly. In the past, like many folks, I’ve depended solely on cloud storage providers like Dropbox, Google Drive and Skydrive. I’ve always managed to look past the privacy issues and the fee-based structure for these services (for additional storage) but...