Keep up with the eye-popping sale prices on external hard drives. The Fantom GreenDrive Pro 2TB external hard drive is now available for $89.99 after a $10 rebate. These inexpensive storage solutions are very popular right now. Stock is limited, so they could be sold out at this price very soon.
Why waste your time moving around files to free up space? With two terabytes available to you on one device, you can compute easier and store all of your data on this 2TB external hard drive. Keeping a backup of all of your important documents, digital photos, music, video is simple with with this much space.
Included with this GreenDrive is a 2 year warranty, ultra fast transfer speeds, and the peace of mind that you probably won’t be running out of disk space any time soon. Using an external hard drive is an efficient way of consolidating all of your files that may be scattered around all of the machines you use at school, work, and/or home.
Energy efficiency is a concern of many environmentally-conscious these days. This drive is designed with efficiency in mind, so not only will you own a massive amount of gigabytes, you’ll be using less energy to use this device compared to other external hard drives you might already own.
The holidays have arrived, so all kinds of deals are being sold out left and right. Act quick before you’re left missing out on amazing prices on a 2TB external hard drive that you might regret not having.
This mandroid was rebooted this morning after four days offline. I woke up around 6am, actually rolled out of bed and into the lunch-preparing/showering/dressing for work groove around 6:25am. The five-day lather/rinse/repeat routine has returned for a little bit, and I look forward for the December holidays to arrive.
Tasks get done one after the other, some later than expected but done at least. I’ve learned over the years not to conjure up ideas that don’t get followed through because time and resources get wasted and the unfortunate result of leaving others hanging can result in being known as someone with many ideas but not nearly enough completed. I’m happy to say that’s not me. Food for thought: Don’t say you will when you eventually won’t.
I do my best to take on projects that I will follow through to the most optimal level. If they failed to reach the planned completion, then they will at least be given their fair share of time to be reviewed carefully to conclude if the efforts will result in a lost cause, if the required time and energy is too expensive for the desired output, or if I signed up for something I feel I am mostly incapable of accomplishing at the given point in time.
I’m filled with anticipation for 2011 to roll around. The Spring semester is the conclusion of my educational enhancement for the time being, and I will have some time and resources freed up to be more prolific with all the excess wading around that I’m not going to bother to taking along.
MoSo: 4 years and running. Peace out.
Less than three months ago, I posted about this same Kingston G3 flash drive but it was on sale then for $23. Now it’s dropped about 13% in price to $20. Earlier this month, I wrote about the Kingston G2 version of the same capacity for $22. The prices keep dropping. $20 is a nice even price for a 16GB USB flash drive if you haven’t already invested in one.
Recently, the 80GB hard drive on my Playstation 3 was getting full. I needed a way to copy the files quickly and efficiently to one of my large network storage drives. I have a couple Kingston G3 4GB USB flash drives and just went back and forth copying files onto each drive and downloading the data onto the network drive. As tedious as this might seem, it was the best method for my current setup since copying files from a PS3 media console to another location is not as simple as a couple desktop computers on a network.
I moved about 35GB of data off my Playstation and stored the files on another disk space. This would have taken me less time to accomplish if I was working with a 16GB flash drive. Portable storage is always handy to keep around since you can easily read and write large amounts of information over and over.
Day 2 of my marvelous four-day weekend is nearing its end, and two more days of chillaxing are lined up one after the other. Aside from my ritual weekend obligations, I will be unwinding to my heart’s content more than I have been able to this entire year.
Black Friday has come and gone, and I didn’t bother with it because I don’t see the point. Cyber Monday makes more sense, and the mayhem is in much better order since the idea of eager shoppers being killed by human stampedes is impossible. Nonetheless, I don’t have much holiday shopping to do at all, so I’m not too concerned about not being able to find the temporary happiness that money can buy.
Thanksgiving Day was the usual annual ritual: eat ’til I’m about to explode, sneak in a nap somewhere (this time during my third viewing of Scott Pilgrim Vs The World), and enjoy the day off with my family. We dusted off the Wii Fit, and I managed to break my hula hoop record even though I haven’t stepped on the Balance Board in about two years.
2010 has a little more than a month left in it, and some welcome changes will be arriving in next year. For now, I will cherish the chilly central Texas weather that makes ungrateful people miserable like when the summer heat makes me miserable. As long as I’m not uncontrollably shivering, I’m diggin’ the cold. Peace out.
Storage continues to decrease in price providing dataphiles with more terabytes than most of them can shake a stick at. Fantom keeps breaking the mold in large-capacity disk drives at the most affordable prices. If you need four terabytes for business or personal use, the right solution for you has recently gone on sale.
Sure, USB 2.0 is fast. eSATA is faster. This external disk storage system has an eSATA connection to read and write those ones and zeroes as fast as an internal SATA connection. Maximum sustained data transfer rate is greater than 100MB/s, so you can blame the lag on other components in your system if you ever experience the dilemma.
The built-in RAID controller allows you customize the hard drives within to your required RAID setting. Data loss is minimized, and you can have peace of mind that the integrity of your data will be protected. Don’t pass up this all-in-one eSATA/RAID/4TB system if you’re looking for the current lowest price on storage solutions. $70 a terabyte? Weren’t they more than twice that only a few years ago?
4TB may be a bit much for you, but you may need it in the future. With file sizes and system demands growing larger as newer innovations in technology are made available, the current state of computing has no regard for storage limitations. Make sure you have more than enough space to store your data before the Insufficient Disk Space Monster finds you.
The last third of the Fall semester is currently in progress. After these few weeks go by, I will be on the verge of the last quarter of my program. I’ll be glad when it’s over. The balancing act with a full-time job, attending classes, and everything else that keeps me occupied has been wearing me out all year long.
2010 is almost over, and I definitely feel like I have done plenty. Next year will be bringing more permanent changes, and I’m definitely looking forward to every bit. Everyone around me has supported me very well, and all I ask is that everything else that doesn’t contribute or even matter would just Shift+Delete. I know that’s asking too much, but the pieces will fall into place soon and no independent force can keep any of this from happening. Absolutely beautiful.
Physical storage keeps getting more affordable, and I find myself writing these articles often enough to notice how the prices keep going down. They have gotten so irresistably low that if you were to invest in this 16gb flash drive now at this price, then you wouldn’t probably wouldn’t need another one for a very long time if you just use it for usual media files.
You can store thousands of documents and digital photos on one of these portable storage devices. These little guys hold more than the iPod Shuffle, so imagine how many mp3 files you can store on here. You might be able to store your entire collection on one of these.
USB flash drives make a great backup solution. They’re very affordable and easy to carry around. With 16GB at your disposal, you can easily transport large files using the speed of USB 2.0, the reliability of Kingston technology, and their five-year warranty letting you know that they make a dependable product.
With the popularity of USB flash drives for students, instructors, professors, enthusiasts, and professionals alike, they sell like hotcakes. A 16GB USB flash drive for this price will sell out, so act now or possibly regret passing up a great sale. Free shipping on a quality product for the best price online is the only way to shop these days.