Buffalo has announced its first 1.8-inch portable hard drive. The NanoStation HD-PT60U2 is the same size as three stacked credit cards (6mm thin),weighs 56 grams, and has a 60GB capacity.
It features easy-to-use backup and synchronisation software, as well as mobile applications including Firefox and Thunderbird. Buffalo’s SecureLockMobile software should prevent unauthorised data access if the drive goes walkabout…
Microsoft has announced a new console to add to its already extensive list of Xbox 360 models. The new version, which sports a 60GB HDD, HDMI output (but no cable)and the usual array of Xbox Live accessories, takes the place of the newly discounted 20GB Xbox 360 and will set you back $349.
And here ends the most long-winded series of rumours in recent internet history.
Sony today announced that from October 10 the standard 60GB PS3 bundle is getting brutally hacked down to £349, with a newer, feature-light model packing a 40GB hard drive appearing alongside it – and going for an almost cheap £299.
Lots of rumours swirling around the blogosphere today concerning a PS3 price cut, which is apparently set for the week beginning 15th July. The rumours came from a flyer allegedly from US retailer Circuit City, promising that the 60GB PS3 will have $100 knocked off its price, bringing it down to $499.