Portable Storage Reviews
Portable storage reviews include HDDs and SSDs designed to be easily carried around as well as reviews of high performance USB flash drives. Portable drive reviews are generally about storage products that connect over USB or Thunderbolt, while providing client users with either high capacity or high speed portable storage options.
by Mike Kowalski

Verbatim CLON Review (320GB)

 The Verbatim CLŌN was announced in January 2010 among a pack of new external backup products from Verbatim.  The CLŌN features a small size (4.54” x 2.99” x 0.59”) and user-friendly features to make it a no-nonsense portable backup solution.

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by David Rasnake

Samsung S1 Mini Review

Traditionally, 1.8 inch hard drives have mostly been relegated to service in media players and mobile applications. With increased interest in ultraportable laptop computers, however, drive manufacturers have been ramping up the level of innovation in small-footprint storage. In many ways, Samsung's ultra-tiny, high-capacity external - the Samsung S1 Mini - is the direct beneficiary of these technological advances.

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by David Rasnake

Seagate FreeAgent Go Review

Seagate's line of FreeAgent external hard drives represent one of the more established external storage solutions out there. Seagate's been about the business of building file transport systems - including the ultraportable FreeAgent Go series - for awhile now, and we recently got our hands on the latest iteration of this road warrior's standby.

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by Brian Beeler

Samsung G2 Portable Review (640GB)

 At CES earlier this year, Samsung rolled out a new family of portable external hard drives designed for those who want a simple and stylish, yet durable, portable storage option. The Samsung G2 accomplishes both goals while also being eco-friendly, which means it's halogen-free, meets ROHS standards and provides low noise output and low power consumption. The G2 portable comes in four color schemes and capacities of 250GB to 640GB.

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