Update: Sold out, but here’s a Seagate 3TB drive for $80, although it does require a power cord.
The PS4's new firmware update drops tomorrow, which means everyone will finally be able to start storing their games on external hard drives. If you still haven’t picked one up, Toshiba’s Canvio Connect 2TB is currently down to its lowest price of the year.
For friends and family members that aren’t regularly backing up their files, there’s no better gift than an external hard drive, especially when 3TB will only set you back $95, no extra power cord required.
$50 would be a great price for any 1TB external hard drive. But it’s absolutely unheard of for the Toshiba Canvio Aerocast, which includes an SD card slot for automatic photo backups, a built-in battery, and Wi-Fi to let you access the drive’s contents wirelessly from your phones, tablets, and laptops.
In June, Antiques Roadshow visited Birmingham, Alabama, my home for the last three years. I don't own a Tiffany lamp or a 19th century Chesterfield sofa. I do, though, have a flatscreen television that's ancient by consumer electronics standards. So that's what I brought to be appraised.
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In 2009, Sony and Toshiba are to begin mass production of the 45nm version of the Cell processor used in the PlayStation 3, reports Gizmodo. The smaller processor uses around 40% less power than the current 65nm chip and generates proportionally less heat. It also costs substantially less to manufacture. It would be…