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Got a knack for all things rugged, rubberized and orange? Then you're undoubtedly familiar with LaCie's robust line of drives, which the firm's been peddling to abusive storage lovers since 2008. Joining the family today are 500GB, 1TB, and (next month) 1.5TB miniaturized versions of Neil Poulton

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July 19, 2011 at 4:10PM
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Yes, you've heard it right, kids! Buffalo's wild'n'wooly USB 3.0 external hard drive (the HD-HXU3) is now shipping. Available in 1TB($200), 1.5TB ($250), and 2TB ($400) designations, the package includes Memeo AutoBackup and a one year warranty. It's also backwards compatible to USB 2.0, but never

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It's no coincidence that Samsung named its external USB hard disk \"Story\" as it attempts to woo consumers away from Western Digital's My Book series of backup devices. The brushed aluminum slab with \"passionate red lines\" (groan) plays host to your choice of 500GB, 1TB, or 1.5TB 3.5-inch disks. The

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While it's still not nearly as capacious as Western Digital's latest green hard drive, Samsung's 1.5TB EcoGreen F2EG is still plenty roomy for most. Of course, we're still trying to decide if both \"Eco\" and \"Green\" were really necessary in the model name, but we digress. The drive sports 500GB per

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You know, we're not actually certain we want to trust 1.5TB of our precious precious NES ROMS invaluable work data to a single drive, but that doesn't mean Seagate's latest Barracuda isn't droolworthy regardless. The jump from 1TB to 1.5TB is the \"largest capacity hard drive jump in the more than h

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Western Digital just upped their My Book family of storage solutions to 1.5TB. The update apparently applies to the magnificently confusing range of products including the World Edition, World Edition II, Pro Edition, Pro Edition II, Premium Edition II, Premium ES Edition, Premium Edition, and Esse

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