Category: Desktop

  • Western Digital My Book World Edition II Review

    Today Western Digital updated their My Book series of external hard drives with the WD My Book World Edition II, an upgrade and redesign from the original World Edition line. WD designed the older World Edition drives as networked storage that could be accessed from anywhere. The new drives literally expand on this idea by […]

  • Western Digital 2TB Hard Drive Review

    In recent months, solid state disks have become the storage darlings of the computer world, offering consumers the promise of outrageous transfer speeds at the expense of capacity and price. Due to the nature of SSDs, most manufacturers are relative newcomers to the hard drive game. People have been waiting to see what the traditional […]

  • Silverstone Case Accessory Review Roundup

    by Dave Montez SilverStone has a longstanding history of providing quality case accessories for users who like build and upgrade their own desktops. They not always be flashy, but they’re definitely a necessity. Today we’ll take an in-depth look at a number of these accessories. Read on for our full review. Today, we’ll be taking […]

  • Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex TV HD Media Player Review

    The living room is finally getting the attention it deserves, and companies are falling all over themselves to be the box in everyone’s living room. Seagate is no exception. Like Western Digital, the storage company sees the burgeoning market space as a way to sell more hard drives, but are their efforts worth your cash? […]

  • Seagate BlackArmor NAS 420 Review

    Network attached storage, in a nutshell, is the idea of making hard drives available through a network connection. Despite solid state drives taking the spotlight in recent months, rotating magnetic storage isn’t dead yet, and still manages to offer capacities unmatched by their electronic brethren. Seagate’s new BlackArmor series of NAS boxes offer 2 – […]