If you saw the LaCie Sphère on a desk, you wouldn't have ever guessed it was a hard drive.
Western Digital filled its newest hard drive with helium, allowing it to hold more data while using less energy. With 6TB of data space, you will probably never need another hard drive as long as you live.
Remember back when a 1 gigabyte hard drive was an impressive feat, and it was exciting to save a few pages on a floppy disc? Maybe I fall into awe a little too easily at how huge our drives are today, but it blows my personal world away that every single issue of National Geographic is on a 160 GB hard drive.
Sealing another component in, Apple's latest Mac shenanigans include changing the type of cable that attaches to a hard drive. The end result is a hard drive that can't be user upgraded or replaced. Get ready to hand Apple a load of dollars to change a borked hard drive.
Toshiba's 2.5-inch MKxx61GSYG might sound like your average number/letter hard drive, but it's actually not that generic. The drive can self-encrypt and auto-erase itself, under special conditions.
I guess external hard drives just aren't useful enough on their own, so this LaCie concept adds a gigantic multi-touch trackpad to the top. Poking your drives over and over while they're accessing your data is now a good idea.
It's taken a while, but Playboy has finally followed National Geographic's lead, by making every issue of the iconic magazine available in digital form. So now you can finally toss out that steamer trunk full of soft-core porn you've been hauling around since college.
If your computer locks up and you want to reset it to an earlier backup, you're going to need a time machine, and what better time machine is there than Doc's DeLorean from Back To The Future?
This wallet, which is comprised of two hard drive platters riveted together, is not the type of wallet you'd want to carry around in your back pocket, for obvious reasons. But if you carry around a bag and keep your...
The Imation Pro WX is a 1.5TV hard drive that connects to your computer wirelessly via USB. Pretty cool! Although it's not exactly as unique as it claims. After all, there are plenty of NAS drives that connect to your...