Whether you want to upgrade your PC with an SSD, finally buy a NAS to store your files, or just eliminate some dead zones in your wireless network, today’s Amazon Gold Box has you covered.
Amazon just kicked off a Gold Box deal on select Crucial and Lexar “memory” products, which in this case refers to both flash storage solutions and RAM.
If you know of anybody that hasn’t been backing up their files, make sure they know about this deal. $69 is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on a 2TB external, and we don’t expect it to last long. [WD Elements 2TB External Drive, $69]
One of the less publicized themes of CES 2016 appears to be ‘ways to fix the 12-inch MacBook’. Not only does it come with just a single USB-C port, there’s also no memory card slot. So if you’re a photographer constantly transferring shots, you’ll want Satechi’s tiny new USB-C card reader always close at hand.
A portable SSD is already a better way to carry gigs of valuable data. The lack of moving parts means there’s less chance of the drive dying if it gets jostled, banged, or accidentally dropped. But your data’s even safer with SanDisk’s updated, rugged SSD that’s now wrapped in a shock, dust, and water-resistant bumper.
Apple is so massive that even a design flaw on one of its products—like the single USB-C port on the 12-inch MacBook—can spawn hundreds of devices dedicated to solving the problem. Even LaCie’s new Porsche Design Desktop Drive promises to keep your port-challenged MacBook charging while it’s connected.
When first revealed at CES last year, Samsung boasted that its Portable SSD T1, which put a full terabyte of speedy flash-based storage inside a credit card-sized housing, could eventually see capacities of up to 16GB in a few years. That’s not too hard to believe, because exactly one year later, it’s already grown to…
You can never have enough flash storage, and Amazon’s here to help with offering huge deals on a variety of Transcend products, today only.
Solid-state drives are superior to hard drives in every way but one: they’re faster, lighter, and less fragile, but they’re also more expensive. The last one has been the only thing keeping HDDs alive, and that thread appears to be getting thinner by the day.
If you need some cloud-based storage in which to squirrel away your files, Amazon has just announced a tempting option: for a limited time, you can snag its unlimited online storage for $5.
Amazon just kicked off a Thanksgiving “memory” sale, which in this case includes great deals on both Lexar flash storage for everyone, and Crucial RAM for tinkerers. The most exciting deal though is a Crucial BX100 500GB SSD for $120. As with all Gold Box deals though, these prices are only available today, or until…
If you were waiting for a Black Friday sale to upgrade your home network or buy a NAS, today’s your lucky day.