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Storage

Find storage options from mechanical, solid-state and NAS.

Storage Type

Shop our range of storage types, whether that's 3.5" Hard Drives or slim NVMe SSDs.

Portable/External Hard Drives

Portable and convenient, allowing you to take your files anywhere.

SD and microSD Cards

Used in cameras, smartphones and even in some laptop models.

Solid State Drives (SSD)

Extremely fast and silent, and essential for slim builds and fast app launching.

USB/USB-C Drives

These are handy for carrying around and work with virtually every PC.

Mechnical Hard Drives (HDD)

Work great for backups as they provide lots of storage for cheaper prices.

NAS (Network Attached Storage)

Used for backing up data and sharing them using your network.

Storage Type

Shop our range of storage types, whether that's 3.5" Hard Drives or slim NVMe SSDs.

External Hard-Drive

External drives are portable and convenient, allowing you to take your files anywhere (typically with a USB or USB-C connection).

SD Cards

Many portable devices can be expanded through the use of SD cards. There are two varieties - ordinary, and microSD cards.

Solid State Drives

Solid state drives (SSDs) are among the fastest storage mediums you can own. Most modern laptops/PCs have them installed.

USB Drives

Everyone has probably used one of these. They're small and portable, but don't have as much capacity as other types of storage.

Internal Hard-Drive

Internal hard-drives are mounted inside your desktop or laptop. They are used to store your PC's files and operating system.

NAS

Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices are generally used for storage, file backup and a multimedia streaming server.

What about NAS?

Our NAS Buying Guide explains how Network Attached Storage works, including:

  • What is a NAS?
  • How can you use a NAS?
  • Why might you want one?

If you're looking for a reliable way to backup your files or even operate a home streaming server, this guide is for you.

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Storage Basics

Here's what you need to know.

How much storage do I need?

It depends on what you're going to need storage for. A smaller, faster hard drive is great for running your operating system, while a larger one is perfect for file storage.

Why do I need data backup?

A hard drive stores all of your important data, but storing it all on one drive is risky. We recommend keeping at least on extra copy of your files on another hard drive (or using a NAS).

What does a hard drive do?

Hard drives store all of our digital data and content. Every document, app, photo and file on your device is stored onto a hard drive. Drives can be attached internally, or externally.

How important is speed?

Speed is important in scenarios where you want to load things fast. We recommend using a fast drive for your Windows/Mac/Linux install. For file storage, speed doesn't matter quite as much.

What does a hard drive do?

Hard drives store all of our digital data and content. Every document, app, photo and file on your device is stored onto a hard drive. Drives can be attached internally, or externally.

How much storage do I need?

It depends on what you're going to need storage for. A smaller, faster hard drive is great for running your operating system, while a larger one is perfect for file storage.

Why do I need data backup?

A hard drive stores all of your important data, but storing it all on one drive is risky. We recommend keeping at least on extra copy of your files on another hard drive (or using a NAS).

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