The devices on this page represent the best among their respective categories.
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A new type of storage "device" is emerging. It's a storage subsystem, totally defined by and delivered in software.
Though it's very expensive per megabyte, Iomega's Rev drive offers speedy, portable storage that's more scalable than that of a hard drive.
A new storage architecture lets V-Max arrays be linked together in a physical and virtual matrix to provide a pool of up to 3 petabytes of data storage.
Barnes & Noble's follow-up to the Nook Color adds more storage, a faster processor, and better apps--but can it compete against the Kindle Fire and the iPad?
We pit the Nokia 1520 and Lytro camera head-to-head in a refocusing battle. Can a smartphone topple the light-field camera?
Priced at 169 Euros, the new Acer Liquid Z5 strives to bring advanced yet affordable Android capabilities to Europe and Asia.
SanDisk, the world's largest supplier of flash storage cards, has introduced an innovative new family of USB flash drives, including the world's first backup USB flash drive with simple backup software activation at the touch of a button.
Though it has last year's specs, the PadFone X marries two mobile devices into one convenient form at an affordable price.
Although the MediaPad X1's software is unquestionably clunky, it still has a lot going for it. If you're struggling to decide between buying a new phone or a new tablet, the X1's 4G LTE capabilities make it a fair compromise.