The PlayStation 4's hard drive will be able to be replaced with a 1.5TB model, thanks to the increased size of its hard-drive dock.
The 5TB and 6TB WD Red hard drives are designed for home NAS servers, while a new WD Red Pro drive, available in 2TB, 3TB and 4TB, is for serious business.
The SATA data-transfer standard has served the industry well, but hard drive maker WD has a product that demonstrates the shift to the faster PCI Express tech.
Not everybody needs a ton of storage, so here's your chance to upgrade your laptop on the cheap.
This clever little accessory adheres to the rear of your phone (or case) for portrait and landscape viewing.
The flash card maker now supports both of the new high-end flash card formats. Its CFast 2.0 cards reach 256GB capacity, and it's got a card reader, too.
The new workstation costs $3,000 for the basic but still powerful model, but upgrading the processor, storage, and graphics quickly raises the price.
The online storage company concludes that higher-end drives geared for business use aren't actually more reliable than their consumer-grade counterparts.
The Xbox One may be comparatively large and subjectively ugly, but at least it's easy to repair. iFixit has torn apart the new console, and like the PlayStation 4, it scores marks for its modular design.
The folks over at iFixit dismantle the Xbox One to show that despite its bigger and bulkier appearance, Microsoft's next-gen console is just as easy to dismantle and repair as Sony's.