Verbatim's wide range of USBs means there is somethign for everyone. Whether you need our PinStripe for personal sharing, the Secure Pro frive for the office, Metal Executive to save your presentation or our OTG drives for outdoor use – we have it all! Take a look at our extensive range of Store'n'Go USBs!
Verbatim has launched the Store’n’Go Mini SSD, a super-small and lightweight Solid State Drive in a stylish black 3D surface design. Available in 512GB and 1TB capacities, the palm-sized Store’n’Go Mini SSD weighs just 35g and has a USB3.2 Gen 1 interface for data transfer speeds of up to 5Gbps.
It is the latest (and smallest) in a range of high-capacity storage devices using the Verbatim Store’n’Go black 3D enclosure. Others include a range of portable 2.5” hard drives, 2.5” portable SSDs, fingerprint encrypted portable hard drives, and desktop hard drives.
Optical media is expected to be a long tail business because many consumers continue to use existing hardware such as Blu-ray & DVD players or car CD players rather than upgrade to new technologies. This is similar to legacy recording media such as floppy disc, audio & VHS cassettes which continued to be purchased for decades after hardware was superseded. It also has the advantage that it is the only storage media designed for long term archival if it is stored in the right conditions.
28th July, 2020 – Eschborn, Germany – Verbatim announces the introduction of the Store’n’Go ALU Slim – a compact, lightweight and stylish portable hard drive in a strong metal enclosure with USB 3.2 Gen 1 connection for data transfer speeds of up to 5Gbps.
Available in 1TB and 2TB capacities, the Store’n’Go ALU Slim storage device weighs just 150g and is only 0.9cm thick. Customers choosing the 2TB model can expect to typically store up to 4,000* films, 500,000* songs or 900,000* photos. With an elegant brushed aluminium enclosure mirroring the stylish exterior of Macbooks, the Store’n’Go ALU Slim is available in silver, space grey and gold.
When you ask people what possessions they would rescue from their burning house, one of the most frequent answers is the photograph album or the computer or storage device with their digital images saved on them. When in panic mode it’s interesting that we would probably grab photos rather than valuable jewellery.
Photographs preserve the important moments, events and people in our lives. The ceremonies of birth and birthdays, marriages and anniversaries, holidays and new houses are all recorded because they matter. Photographs are our personal story, a timeline of our lives filled with faces and places that we love.
Personal data protection laws are springing up around the world. You’ve probably heard of the EU’s one. They have made organisations acutely aware of the need to protect any personal data placed in their care. Not to do so can result in massive fines. Under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) can fine organisations up to 4% of global turnover for any given personal data breach. Quite apart from this, a breach can cause reputational damage and great harm to the individuals whose data is leaked, stolen or lost. They may well sue, which will only add to the expense, both reputational and financial.
While the computer industry has enabled sophisticated processing of personal data, it has also facilitated its loss. Corporate IT systems and networks have all manner of measures in place to minimise the risk of a data breach, but it’s a different story when data is physically on the move. How many times have you heard of mobile phones, laptops, USB sticks, portable hard drives or optical discs being mislaid or stolen?
As the Coronavirus pandemic takes hold over the globe, countries are seeing their healthcare systems overloaded and fatigued and in desperate need of personal protective equipment (PPE).
3D printing companies have been able to help by producing face shields for healthcare workers. The face shields are attached to the wearer’s head and have a transparent visor that covers most of the user’s face to provide a degree of protection. The protective equipment is disposable and as such supplies are under pressure during the pandemic.
Verbatim is launching a range of M.2 2280 internal SSDs, delivering high speeds and low power consumption for desktop, UltrabookTM and notebook client upgrades.
Utilizing 3D NAND technology combined with the latest generation of controller, Verbatim M.2 SSDs provide the perfect way to improve the response times of your system – offering faster start up, shut down and loading times to smooth multi-tasking.
At Verbatim, we are committed to helping customers keep their data safe – and supporting businesses with encrypted products to adhere with GDPR. We offer a wide range of portable storage devices that are protected by the AES 256-bit encryption system which has never been cracked. The devices, be they HDDs, SSDs, USB drives or HDD enclosures are protected by keypads, fingerprint recognisers or conventional computer password entry. As long as the passwords (or fingers) cannot be accessed by the wrong people, the stored data is secure.