The nTegrity Professional is a USB thumb drive with fingerprint authentication, providing a secure partition for hosting applications and storing data. DigitalReviews have been trying to review the nTegrity Pro for a while. It is a pleasure to be able to finally bring this review to our readers. Many thanks to the generous and helpful staff at nTegrity, let's see how the product performs.
With the sheer multitude of USB Flash drives available, manufacturers must constantly try to outdo each other. Riding on the success of Asus’s Eee PC, Adata has created a specially branded Eee PC version of its sleek s701 flash drive to stand out from the crowd.
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Computerworld has recently reported that in the next few years the sum total of Earth’s data will be in the two zetabyte vicinity. One Zetabyte is equal to one billion gigabytes.. in case you were wondering.
My personal and family data storage is still a little off that, but it has increased significantly since the birth of our child four years ago. This data is mainly in the form of digital photos and videos or work documents and it is all over the place: DVDs, CDs, hard drives in different PCs, etc.
The D-Link DNS-323 NAS RAID box offers a relatively inexpensive long term storage solution which can keep all your data in one place, allow universal access and when setup as a RAID 1 device, secure it from hardware gremlins.
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A slew of Seagate drives landed on our desk the other day in the middle of what seems like the hard drive hunting season: after the initial flurry of excitement about increased SSD capacities it looks like hard drives are back in the limelight with new capabilities.
We will be doing in-depth reviews on a number of them such as the Drobo robotic storage system, the Rebit and hopefully also the Seagate BlackArmor.
For now, let's have a very quick look at what else Seagate offers:
The Y shaped EZ Yego USB flash drive stands out from the rest of the pack, not least of which because of its intriguing shape.
The unique 'Y' shape is indicative of its party trick: The EZ Yego not only stores up to 4GB of data, but it also acts as a mini hub for USB 2.0 devices.
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A portable USB flash drive is one of those tools that is nearly essential to be able to carry your documents and files with you. While USB flash drives have no moving parts, they are very limited in capacity. They come in sizes as large as 1GB, 4GB, and I know it's possible there may even be an 8GB on the market somewhere. Unfortunately, some people would like to be able to carry more files or larger files such as their music collection, videos, or even backup images of their computer. In that case, it is practical to consider a portable external hard drive. I will be taking a look at Apricorn's latest Aegis portable external hard drive.
For those who have not read the preview of the IronKey, in summary it is a USB flash drive with a dedicated hardware encryption chip and a self-destruct ability, bundled with secure means of accessing internet and storing your passwords.
Is the tamperproof and waterproof IronKey the toughest and most secure USB flash drive in the world?
We tested the 4GB version for you below.
The OCZ Rally 2 is a general purpose flash drive used to store your personal files and folders.
The other flash drive we will be taking a look at is the OCZ VBoost Flash drive. While this drive can also be used for personal files, this flash drive was meant to be used with Windows Vista's feature ReadyBoost.
In this review, we will take a look at both of these drives and discuss their design, performance, and functionality. For the VBoost drive, we will focus on how well it performs in Vista in conjunction with ReadyBoost.