ATP EarthDrive 2GB USB Flash Drive Review

March 30, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

When I started getting into computers, two gigabytes fit on 6 – 3.5 inch hard drives. The day has finally come when your media can fit on something only slightly larger than a standard USB end. One major problem with all these new technologies coming out is there massive effect on our environment. This is …

Cavalry Pelican 2.5″ SATA and USB SSD Review

March 20, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Up until now the only way to get high speed HDD power was to go with a raptor. The problem with going for a 10,00RPM Hard Drive is the longevity on these drives, While impressive for how fast they move, didn’t last as long as you would want from such and expensive drive. Now with …

Verbatim 160GB USB Portable Hard Drive Review

March 19, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

Here at Overclockershq.com we have reviewed many different HDD enclosures, but this is the first with the hard drive hard mounted into the enclosure. With the Verbatim 160GB USB Portable Hard Drive you can easily and quickly backup those important files in case of some critical error. This reasonably priced and sleek looking enclosure comes …

CP Tech USA CP-USH-300 2.5” SATA HDD Smart Mobile Enclosure Review

March 5, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

Portable Hard Drive Enclosures are pretty common place nowadays. Sometimes all you want is a way to cart your files around, but sometimes you want that little something extra, that will set your enclosure apart from the rest. The people at CP Technologies have given us just what we wanted in the CP-USH-300 enclosure. Not …

CP Technologies CP-E305 3.5” Hard Drive Enclosure Review

March 2, 2009,   has blogged 6  posts

Let me ask you a trick question, is there anything that says party more than a hard drive enclosure? Probably just about everything does. In spite of their relative uselessness at most parties, they are still a nifty device when you need to add some space to your computer’s memory, or retrieve something off of …

CP Technologies CP-UE-225 2.5” Aluminum eSATA and USB OTB HDD Enclosure

February 23, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

The majority of 2.5” HDD Enclosures use USB to connect to your PC. That’s why it’s a breath of fresh air when a manufacturer decides to include eSATA on their 2.5” HDD Enclosure. Until recently, eSATA has been reserved exclusively for the larger 3.5” HDD Enclosures due to the fact that eSATA carries only data, …

RayD80 Mimobot Artist Series 4GB Jumpdrive Review

February 16, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

I don’t know about you, but I love to collect stuff; and when you collect stuff and have a limited edition, then that’s even cooler. But so many naysayers, (Our wives mostly) say that collecting something is a waste of money and not useful at all. Well now the wise people at Mimobot have given …

COOLMAX 3.5″ SATA Leather Hard Drive Enclosure Review

February 5, 2009,   has blogged 70  posts

What do you do when you need to back something up but don’t want it to be easily damaged. What if you have an abundance of data that you want to take with you, without having to take the entire computer, or removing the hard drive and risk damaging it. Hard drive enclosures can go …

Eagle Consus L-Series Portable 2.5” Hard Drive Enclosure Review

February 4, 2009,   has blogged 16  posts

Look sophisticated while you carry your files to and fro. That’s just what you can do with the Eagle Consus L-Series Portable 2.5” HD Enclosure. This hefty feeling little device boasts aluminum construction wrapped in stylish leather. Its internal SATA connection allows you to install your choice of the latest 2.5” drives. Transfers to your …

Eagle Tech Consus Dual Bay JBOD Enclosure Review

January 30, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

Desktop space is at a premium these days, I am actually speaking in digital and true to life terms. While more space on your computer is a must, also more space on the top of your desk is nice as well. The first external hard drives that came out were huge and cumbersome beasts that …

Kingwin EZ-Dock Hard Drive Docking Station Review

January 30, 2009,   has blogged 275  posts

If you are like me chance are you have important data files strewn about over several computers, just waiting to be “accidentally” deleted by some “innocent” bystander. I say no more to this “what if” garbage, I need something that will backup all of my important files at the touch of a button. This is …