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SanDisk Extreme microSD Card Packing 1TB Can Be Have For $450

Strangely, I never find myself running out of storage phone on my phone which has 128 GB. I barely scratch 50 percent of what’s available to me. I guess I haven’t been stuffing it with music files (thanks to streaming services) or record enough videos in 4K resolution. In an unlikely scenario that find yourself needing a lifetime worthy of digital asset stored in your smartphone, then SanDisk Extreme microSD UHS-I Card packing a whopping 1 TB is the storage card for you. Continue reading SanDisk Extreme microSD Card Packing 1TB Can Be Have For $450

WD Collab With Nintendo For Licensed microSDXC For Nintendo Switch

You can use any microSDXC to bump up your Nintendo Switch’s storage capacity, but for connoisseurs, you probably want a Nintendo branded, or at least cobranded, external storage card for, you know, completeness sake. If so, you might be interested in the Nintendo x Western Digital SanDisk microSDXC for Nintendo Switch. Nintendo and Western Digital has come together to announce a global partnership to produce Nintendo-licensed memory cards specifically for use with Nintendo Switch video game console. Available in 64 and 128 GB capacities, these microSDXC cards will feature both Nintendo Switch and SanDisk branding (and that’s about it, really). Continue reading WD Collab With Nintendo For Licensed microSDXC For Nintendo Switch

SanDisk Outdone Itself Once Again, Unveils Insane 400GB microSD Card

Western Digital-owned SanDisk has again broke new ground, its own ground to be exact, in tiny storage for mobile devices. It has recently announced a 400 GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card, outdoing its previous 200 GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card introduced two years ago. With increasing resolutions offered by today’s mobile devices, this 400 GB solution could haven’t come at a better time. Leveraging on the company’s proprietary memory technology and design and production processes, it has achieved more bits per die that result in another record-breaking storage capacity in the same tiny form factor. Continue reading SanDisk Outdone Itself Once Again, Unveils Insane 400GB microSD Card

Lets Welcome Western Digital To The World Of Portable SSD

Portable SSD is not new, but as far as Western Digital is concern, it is a very new product. We all know that SSD, or solid state drive, is obviously the future and its proliferation into portable storage inevitable, but don’t ask me why the hard drive giant (and now, also a flash drive giant) did not jump into it sooner. Anyways, they do now with the announcement of the company’s first-ever portable SSD, aptly called My Passport SSD. Duh. So what can you expect from this WD-typical-kind-of-stylish portable SSD that borderlines a flash drive? Continue reading Lets Welcome Western Digital To The World Of Portable SSD

WD My Passport Pro Thunderbolt Portable Dual-Drive

Thunderbolt drive is not new, but when it comes to a RAID config, we are mostly resigned to the fate of using where wall outlets are available. well, Western Digital think its time for a change and the WD My Passport Pro is the drive that will do just that. billed as the first’s Thunderbolt-powered portable dual-drive, My Passport Pro suckle on Intel’s high-speed port for the juice it needs and offers user-selectable RAID functionality to deliver the performance required by demanding applications and mega-size contents. nobody wants to wait till the cow comes home to transfer or edit 4K footages and My Passport Pro’s 233 MB/s provides the transfer speed required, while the bus-powered capability allows you to do so virtually anywhere. granted that the 233 MB/s is not a record fast speed, but it still make USB 3.0 and FireWire 800 pale in comparison. Continue reading WD My Passport Pro Thunderbolt Portable Dual-Drive

WD TV Play by Western Digital

with the media player or streamer market running of tricks in their bag, what else could makers offer? lower price point, plus maybe a new, sleek UI and a freshen up box design. the new WD TV Play by Western Digital is one such example. announced recently, the WD TV Play now joins the WD TV family of products and offers a new app-based user interface for easy personalization of your entertainment experience and most importantly, this fresh-looking media device will only cost you $69.99 a pop. Continue reading WD TV Play by Western Digital

Western Digital My Passport Edge

Western Digital My Passport Edge
Western Digital My Passport Edge | from US$99.99 | www.wdc.com

we observed two things about today’s laptops: one, storage is never enough, and two, regardless whether Mac or PC, most of them look pretty damn nice. with that two observations in mind, an external storage is inevitable and also, it has to be as sleek as the laptop that we1 are using, if not better. coincidentally, those are two things that the Western Digital My Passport Edge can achieved with ease. available for both Mac and PC, each drive is packed with 500GB of storage, equipped the SuperSpeed USB 3.0 that offers up to 5Gb/s of data transfer rate Continue reading Western Digital My Passport Edge

Western Digital My Book VelociRaptor Duo

Western Digital My Book VelociRaptor Duo
Western Digital My Book VelociRaptor Duo | from US$859.99 | www.wdc.com

can’t enough of data storage and at the same time, begging for speed? well, help is here. Western Digital has introduced a new external desktop storage system, dubbed the Western Digital My Book VelociRaptor Duo to cater to those with the insatiable appetite for speed and space. combining a pair of 1TB 10,000 RPM hard drives and the blazing speed of Thunderbolt technology, the My Book VelociRaptor Duo is said to deliver SSD data transfer rates of up to 400 MB/s. so just how fast is 400 MB/s? Continue reading Western Digital My Book VelociRaptor Duo

Western Digital My Net Wireless Routers

Western Digital My Net Wireless Routers
Western Digital My Net Wireless Routers | from US$79.99 | www.wdc.com

don’t you just love wireless home network? it gives us the freedom to roam about in the house with our devices without being tied to cumbersome cables. it worked out pretty well until the high resolution digital media contents begin weighing down on the bandwidth and as a result, we started to get jerky or pixelated videos, which totally mars the home entertainment experience. in order to straighten the home wireless streaming woe, you will need more than just a regular router. it calls for a wireless router that is designed specifically for smooth, accelerated HD streaming in mind. Continue reading Western Digital My Net Wireless Routers

WD My Passport 2TB

WD My Passport 2TB
(photos: Western Digital) WD My Passport 2TB | US$249.99 | www.montana-cans.com

no matter how big is the internal hard drive of your computer, you will still need some form of external backup or storage. we are no fans of cloud storage cos’ we prefer to keep our data close to us, even if it means lugging along another couple of portable hard drives. it make sense to us since external drives are getting more compact and its capacity is growing exponentially, like this new My Passport from Western Digital. Continue reading WD My Passport 2TB