New review by me on Technogog…
“Up for review today I have another UBS 3.0 hard drive dock from Liztek called the HDDT1BSB which is a top loading dock which is very similar to many on the market today. I’ve tested it with the same drives as the one I just reviewed and I found the performance to be almost exactly the same. Using the USB 3.0 connection you can expect very similar results to an SATA interface, which means you’ll have decent transfer speeds which in turn means less time spent transferring data. Read on to learn more… ”
New review by me on Technogog
Quote: “Up for review today I have a hard drive dock from a company called Liztek that doesn’t really have a name just the HDDS1BS. The dock is equipped with USB 3.0 and it’s vertical loading, you just slide the drive in and you’re ready to go. I’ve tested it with a couple drives I have on hand and from my tests performance over USB 3.0 is virtually that same as the performance of SATA. Read on to learn more… “
So, after a few days off I’ve got that last hard drive review for you, at least for a while anyway. The drive is the Seagate Momentus 750gb, model ST9750420AS notebook drive.
Yep, I’ve got another notebook hard drive today for review, the Samsung Spinpoint M7 500G drive with a model number of HM500JI. I’ve pout it up against he other drives I’ve recently reviewed and added another 2.5” drive into the mix as well. So let’s get started..
Another day, another hard drive review but this one is a 2.5” notebook drive, specifically it’s the Seagate Momentus 7200.4 500gb hard drive. I’ve put it up against a couple 3.5” drives as I was curious as to how a notebook drive stacks up against a desktop drive. let’s get into it…
Quote: See a theme lately here? Yep it’s storage themed reviews we’ve been doing, but don’t worry that will change soon. Today for review I’ve got another product from Hornettek called the Viper which is a USB 3.0 hard drive enclosure for 3.5” SATA drives. The Viper is nicely made and looks great in its basic black coloring, but looks aren’t everything so I’m here to test it out as well. Read on…
Quote: Hard drives have been around for along time and they’re taken for granted I think. You can get them in varying sizes and speeds and all of them have their uses. Today for review I have the Seagate Barracuda LP 1TB hard drive which is a green drive that runs at 5900RPM and uses lower power than faster drives of similar size. I’m curious by nature so I put this green drive up against a regular 7200RPM drive for comparison, so let’s get to it…