Artikel zum Thema "eSATA" bei CIO.de

Thunderbolt docks: The best way to connect your MacBook to your other devices

Laptops are often used like desktop computers, with external devices such as displays, hard drives, and printers plugged into the ports. When you need to use your laptop as a mobile device, you have to spend time plugging and unplugging those devices--a simple task, but an annoying, time-consuming one. » zum Artikel

Belkin's Thunderbolt Express Dock now shipping

It's been a bit of a wait, but Belkin's Thunderbolt Express Dock has finally arrived. The $299 docking station--first announced way back in January 2012--went on sale at Belkin's online store Tuesday. » zum Artikel

Linksys announces the audacious-looking WRT1900AC Dual Band Wi-Fi router

LAS VEGAS--The engineers at Linksys jumped into the way-back machine to design the new WRT1900AC Dual Band Wi-Fi Router. While the stackable enclosure sports the classic blue/black color scheme of the classic WRT54G 802.11g router, you'll find all-new hardware inside, including a dual-core 1.2GHz ARM processor, 128MB of flash memory, and 256MB of DDR3 RAM. » zum Artikel

WD Sentinel RX4100: A rack-mount NAS every SMB should consider

Western Digital's Sentinel RX4100 is a fast rack-mount, network-attached storage device that runs Microsoft's Windows Storage Server R2 Essentials, and it might change your mind about how your small business handles storage. » zum Artikel

What to do about a failing hard drive

Reader Kjeld Sorenson had a nasty shock and doesn't care to be surprised again. He writes: » zum Artikel

Die Technik hinter Solid State Drives (SSDs)

Flash-Speicher: Die Technik hinter Solid State Drives (SSDs) (Foto: lefflexus - Fotolia.com)
Flash-Speicher: Kaum eine andere Ergänzung für den PC bringt einen ähnlichen Geschwindigkeitsschub wie eine SSD. Ein genauer Blick auf die Technik zeigt, dass diese Datenträger mehr bieten müssen als eine Reihe von Flash-Speicher-Chips. » zum Artikel
  • David Wolski

Review: 4 NAS appliances deliver big storage cheap

Storage requirements are growing for everyone -- small offices, branch offices, and departmental workgroups included. On the flip side, so-called entry-level storage systems have never been more affordable, expandable, or capable. Available in cabinet or rack-mount form factors, these low-cost appliances can combine enormous capacities with enterprise-class storage features and cloud services that ... » zum Artikel

The MicroFlex 47B delivers outstanding Haswell-powered performance at a reasonable price

The desktop PC gets a bad rap. It's cheap, dependable, and oh so customizable. It's just just not sexy enough to keep the eye of HP, Sony, and the industry's other big players from straying to the lucrative mobile market. Even Intel's new line of processors, the highly-anticipated fourth-generation Core chips so boringly codenamed Haswell, are designed with notebooks and tablets top of mind. But ... » zum Artikel

Steiger Dynamics LEET Home Theater PC review: Extremely powerful; quietly elegant

Microsoft and Sony boast how their latest video-game consoles can form the core of your home-entertainment system, delivering the best in games, movies, and music. But the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 look like dime-store toys compared to Steiger Dynamics' supremely powerful LEET Home Theater PC (LEET being gamer slang for "elite"). If you can swing the budget, this monster will deliver the best ... » zum Artikel

Toshiba unveils new business notebooks under its Portege and Tecra brands

Toshiba took the wraps off a new line of business notebooks and mobile workstations today. Each machine is manufactured from magnesium alloy and is powered by a fourth-generation Intel Core processor, with vPro technology and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) support. All five of the new machines can be mated to the same optional dock, so that IT departments can source just one port replicator no matter ... » zum Artikel

Slideshow: The Week in Mac Accessories: You should see our USBs!

If you're looking for the latest USB 3.0 technology (including the hubbiest hub ever) look no further than the latest Mac-accessory roundup. Also: cases, key covers, adapter holders, super docks, air filters, and even a backpack. » zum Artikel

How to sync data over your intranet

Your affair with the cloud has gone the way of many relationships. The initial infatuation has faded as you've gotten to know each other and, though the love is still there, you can't ignore the flaws. Most troubling, you've developed trust issues, what with recent revelations about widespread spying by the U.S. National Security Agency and the fact that the majority of cloud services don't even ... » zum Artikel

Thunderbolt drive shipments surge, but USB still reigns

Though still a small part of the overall interconnect market, Thunderbolt-equipped hardware shipments surged 300% over the past year, according to IDC. » zum Artikel

QNAP TS-469 Pro review: A fast NAS box well suited to both business and pleasure

If you're a NAS aficionado, it will be no revelation that the QNAP TS-469 Pro is both fast and extremely capable. What might surprise you is that you can attach this SMB-class network-attached storage box via its HDMI output to an HDTV or other high-def display to play movies and music, or to browse the Web. Of more interest to IT types is its on-board display, which allows you to administer the ... » zum Artikel

A new Mac Pro: What we'd like to see

The only thing we know for certain that we can expect from Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference keynote next week is a preview of the next versions of iOS and OS X--and that's only because Apple exec Phil Schiller said so in a press release. But the rumor mill (coupled with our own boundless optimism) suggests that Apple may use WWDC to bring a refresh or two to the Mac line as well. » zum Artikel

Vizio Thin + Light CT15T-B1 notebook review: A new HD touchscreen--and little more

Vizio, best known for manufacturing HDTVs, is a relative newcomer to the PC business. It's been producing slim, minimalist laptops and all-in-one desktops for about 18 months. The Vizio CT15T-B1 is the latest iteration of the company's 15.6-inch "Thin + Light" laptop, and its main selling point is a glossy HD touchscreen. » zum Artikel

Vizio CA27T-B1 review: A pretty all-in-one, good for everything except games

While Vizio didn't wander far from the pretty design of its first-generation 27-inch all-in-one PC, it did make a few improvements under the hood. Unfortunately, this model ships with the same thoroughly crappy peripherals. » zum Artikel

Vizio's CA24T is a welcome upgrade to an already stylish AIO

Vizio's latest version of the CA24T, a stylish and cleverly designed all-in-one, amends the deal-killing flaw of its previous iteration: a poor, TV-grade LCD. The CA24T's display now matches up nicely with the competition, and performance has improved. It remains expensive, however, and it has a slightly oddball keyboard and a touchpad instead of a mouse. » zum Artikel

Dell Latitude 6430u offers high quality throughout

Whatever happens to Dell in the near future, let's hope that the company keeps making notebooks as nice as the Latitude 6430u. In a world of cheap-feeling merchandise, it stands apart. It's sedately handsome, ruggedized, remarkably stable in your hand and on the table, and a tactile joy to use. It's also fast and available with a wide variety of warranty and support options, as a good corporate ... » zum Artikel

Power to the portable: 3 high-performance mobile workstations

Sales of PCs have fallen by 11% since 2012, according to statistics compiled by Gartner analysts. However, there is one niche market that is still doing well: mobile workstations. This category has seen an upsurge with increasing sales. » zum Artikel

New Mac Pro at WWDC... or this autumn, Thunderbolt expansion and other details leak

As we approach WWDC, which kicks off on Monday, rumours are hotting up about the Mac Pro. Some reports claim that the new professional Mac will make an appearance at the show, while others suggest that it's not going to launch until this autumn. » zum Artikel

Intel's new Core i7 Extreme Edition series: Gaming power for those who can afford it

Most of us go about our daily computing tasks secure in the knowledge that something like our Intel Core i5 or AMD A6 will render our Web browser just fine. But then there are the "1 percent" of geeks who demand the best of the best for gaming and high-end computing. » zum Artikel

12 stellar PC upgrades for the holidays, all less than $300

If you have a reason, it's definitely the season--for a PC upgrade, that is. Perhaps ye merry olde desktop is struggling to keep up with the demands of modern, high-resolution games and media. Or maybe someone on your holiday gift list has a computer that needs rejuvenating. Rejoice! We have a PC upgrade to fit every budget. » zum Artikel

The absurdly simple guide to backing up your PC

The first rule of PC Club is: Always, always back up. » zum Artikel

Review: QNAP NAS meets XBMC media center

It's not often that you run across a device that is not only certified for VMware virtualization use, but can also play back HD content through an HDMI port to a television. QNAP's TS-669L can do exactly that -- and more. » zum Artikel

3 new SSDs to boost your laptop's speed

Over the past few months, Seagate, Samsung and OCZ have launched new versions of their 2.5-in. consumer-class internal solid-state drives (SSDs) -- the Seagate 600, the OCZ Vertex 450 and the Samsung 840 Pro Series. Each boasts 500MB/sec. peak performance. » zum Artikel

Switch to Mac: Bring your hardware with you

When switching to a Mac, you'll likely worry most about software compatibility, but don't forget all your hardware--the PC accessories and add-ons you've invested in over the years. Here's what you need to know about getting that gear to work with your Mac. » zum Artikel

Laptops for work and play: the differences that matter

Laptops come in so many flavors: There are thin-and-lights, convertibles, desktop replacements, 2-in-1s, gaming rigs, and even portable workstations. But all laptops can be lumped into one of two buckets: Consumer or business. I'll show you what makes them different, and help you decide which is right for your needs. » zum Artikel

Tips to avoid being bit by CryptoLocker (and what to do if you are)

As early as 2007, if not earlier, Windows users encountered the very first rogue antivirus programs. Even today, end users are easily fooled by this vicious type of malware. » zum Artikel


Artikel zum Thema "eSATA" im IDG-Netzwerk
 

USB 3.0 hat sich mittlerweile als externe Schnittstelle etabliert. Ein Test zeigt, wie sich "USB SuperSpeed" gegenüber USB 2.0 und eSATA schlägt.
Der Universal Serial Bus (USB) ist die Standardtechnik für die Anbindung von Peripheriegeräten an Rechner. Doch die aktuelle Version USB 3.0 sieht sich mit Konkurrenten wie Thunderbolt konfrontiert. Unsere FAQ erläutert die Vor- und Nachteile der Verfahren.
Robustes Auftreten, ein üppiges Schnittstellenangebot und Intels Sandy-Bridge-Plattform: Dies kennzeichnet das ausgewiesene Business-Notebook Dell Latitude E5420. Im Test muss das 14-Zoll-Gerät sein Können unter anderem in Sachen Laufzeit und Leistung unter Beweis stellen.