Watching CES 2013: Storage products

New products that help you store more of your stuff, or transfer them faster

The team at IDG Enterprise (including Network World, Computerworld and and the IDG News Service created more than 50 videos last week at 2013 International CES, covering everything from news events, computers, smartphones, tablets and other electronic gadgets. In this post, we are highlighting videos focusing on storage and networking gear that we saw at the show:

First up, here's a tour of the booth/new products from Buffalo Technology. This includes new 802.11ac wireless gear, network-attached storage drives and some Thunderbolt-enabled storage devices for faster data transfer:

Storage analyst Tom Coughlin offered up some insights in this video interview with the IDG News Service:

Seagate offered up two new products at this year's CES. Both the Wireless Plus and Central external drives offer a chance for you to store all of your multimedia data (photos, videos and music) and share them with multiple devices. Here are two videos we shot that provide a closer look:

SanDisk was at the show showing some new solid-state drives (SSDs), which should bring performance boosts for PC users. Check out this report from the IDG News Service on the Ultra Plus and X110:

If you still like storing your data on physical media like discs, check out the latest from Blu-Ray, which offered a new disc at the show:

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