Posts with tag: disk
- Speed test of Samsung external SSDs: T1, T3 and T5 • 07 Nov 2017
I just bought my 4th external USB3 SSD for my MacBookPro. I obviously don’t use all of them together, I just was just constructing my latest external Sockle storage bay. This time it’s a 1TB SSD and it’s a generation...
- DIY: making my bamboo USB SSD disk expansion bay • 11 Feb 2017
UPDATE Nov 2019: my idea has been validated! I just discovered a sleek aluminium version, called the LineDock! Extra (USB/HDMI/DisplayPort) ports, extra battery power and up to 1TB of SSD disk space.
- Netgear ReadyNAS: NAS done right • 30 Apr 2008
One of the most popular pages on this blog is about a storage device that has a lot of enemies and few defenders, the SC101. It’s Windows-only, uses a proprietary filesystem and when (not if) it starts crashing, just say...
- WD My Book is not really ‘Pro’ storage • 07 Jan 2008
After having Lacie, Maxtor, Iomega and most recently Netgear StorageCentral external storage fail on me, I am now the proud owner of a broken Western Digital My Book Pro II 1TB. I bought it less than a year ago and used...
- Netgear SC101: crappy storage • 10 Jul 2006
UPDATE: also read my post about testing the Netgear ReadyNAS (it doesn’t suck)
- How do you move a terabyte? • 29 Nov 2004
I recently discovered Brewster Kahle’s speech on the NotCon ’04 podcast about the ambition of The Internet Archive to archive absolutely everything (all books, all movies, all music, …). (There is an excellent transcript on www.hotales.org .) They are currently...