storage

Sanwa USB Reader grants external storage, but not to everyone

Most of the Android phones on the market have some method of external storage, almost always in MicroSD card form. But a few notable phones like the Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus lack this capability, as do several high-profile upcoming phones like the HTC One X. A little company called Sanwa aims to correct these oversights with the Sanwa USB Reader, a gadget that's nothing if not descriptive: it plugs into a standard MicroUSB port and adds a full-sized USB port and standard SD/MicroSD slots, plus another MicroUSB port, presumably for pass-through charging.

NOOK Tablet internal storage partitioning coming this March

Barnes and Noble has made a few changes to their popular NOOK tablet line. This morning officially announcing they'll start selling a slightly lower model with only 8GB of internal storage to better compete with the Kindle Fire. The NOOK has a micro-SD slot for expanded storage but out of the box users only get 1GB of the 8 or 16GB included to add their own pictures, music, or video. The rest is reserved for downloads from the NOOK store. Next month that will all be changing after the countless complaints regarding the matter.

Archos 80 G9 tablet now available with 250 GB storage — only $369

If you have a need for copious amounts of storage on a mobile device the new Archos 80 G9 series Honeycomb tablet would probably be a great choice. They have just released the 250 GB version of this 8" slate and amazingly it's still priced much lower than competing 8-10" Honeycomb tablets with only 16GB of internal storage.

SanDisk 32GB MicroSD Class 4 for Mobile only $29 [Deal of the day]

In what I'm going to consider one of the better deals of the day 1SaleADay is offering the SanDisk 32GB Micro-SD card class 4 for the extremely low low price of just $29. These are brand new units right from SanDisk and have the same 1-year warranty, no refurbished junk here. I don't know about you guys, and even with everything going to the cloud these days on mobile this is just too good of a deal to pass up.

SanDisk Announces 64GB MicroSDXC for mobile phones

SanDisk has been busy stuffing as much storage as possible onto something as small as a fingernail and today they've announced the 64GB MicroSDXC (extended capacity) cards for mobile phones. I know many users myself included have been using plenty of cloud storage options lately but having a 64GB MicroSD would really be awesome and I can't wait to get one in my hands. It will be known as the SanDisk 64GB MicroSDXC "Mobile Ultra" card.

WD announces mobile WD 2go and WD 2go Pro apps for Android

When it comes to storing data and files on the cloud, there are many people out there that store sensitive data that worry about the security of their data on a cloud system run at a location outside their control. If you are this sort of person that wants a cloud storage network, but wants control over the physical place the data lives Western Digital (WD) has the product for you. The company has been offering the My Book Live storage device for a while now.

Git Media announces duo of Honeycomb tablets with 250GB HD’s for $479

Git Media might not be a name you've heard much in the world of Android but they look to be changing that with the announcement of two new Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets. The Git Surge and the Git Pro. Both of these tablets feature impressive and standard Honeycomb tablet specs and both offer dual-core performance, the difference here is they come with a 250GB hard drive for extended storage capacity yet stay relatively cheap and are just $479 -- More details below.

Seagate GoFlex Satellite HDD gets Android support with app

Seagate has officially announced that its cool Go Flex Satellite WiFi HDD will now support Android thanks to a new app. The little HDD is battery powered so you can take it with you wherever you go and use it. The storage drive will work with any Android device from smartphones to tablets. So far, the thing has only supported iOS devices so it's nice to see Android getting some love.

A2SDGUI (User Interface for Darktremor App2SD)

For those that are fans of Darktremors A2SD scripts this will surely make you happy. For those that don't know, Darktremor is an excellent developer from XDA that has built the scripts that are most widely used in the Android community to move apps to the sd card. Mainly for older devices, pre Android 2.2 devices, or for power users like me that have 200+ installed apps. Yay! This story is about another XDA dev by the name elgubbo, he has created a user interface for A2SD that makes everything much easier for you.
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