Toshiba people don’t want to stop raising dust to make the news; And this time, it has not been for laptops or the like, but for its most recent proposal in data storage: Toshiba Canvio Basics, the new range of external hard drives equipped with a pocket format, weighing only 240 grams, USB technology 3.0, maximum transfer speed of 5 Gb / s and up to 2 TB capacity.
“As a pocket storage solution, Toshiba Canvio Basics is an idea to store, organize and always carry with you in a simple way the growing volume of data handled by users, but it is also very useful inside the home”, said company sources, who also reported that the range is already available in Spain – in matte black – at a price of € 55 (500 GB), € 69 (1 TB) and € 105 (2 TB) and with a two-year warranty.
The Canvio Basics portable hard drive belongs to Toshiba’s new range of portable hard drives, specifically developed to meet the needs of a user who handles a growing volume of data on the move.
An off-road gem
Although it is exhibited with a compact, elegant and light design, this device is not vulnerable at all, since it has an internal shock sensor, in addition to the latest loading and unloading technology (ramp load / unload), so that photos, videos , music and other data and digital multimedia content are safe and secure.
Regarding other specifications, it is worth mentioning that it is fully compatible with Microsoft Windows 8.1, 8 and 7, coupled with the fact that it can be used with traditional connections of older hardware without problems.
“Today, consumers need simple and secure ways to be accompanied by an increasing volume of data in their daily lives,” explained Arnaud Bonvarlet, general manager of the Storage and Peripherals (SPD) division of Toshiba Europe, who in turn assured that efforts are focused on developing products that meet those needs with a high level of protection.
“Consumers are looking for products that go beyond simple back-up within their home and Toshiba Canvio Basics is the perfect device to keep their data safe while on the go,” said the Toshiba executive.
Without a doubt, it is another brilliant option to safeguard our data. What do you think of this Toshiba launch?