Recommended USB-C RAID DAS Storage

The Top USB 3.1 DAS RAID Storage featuring USB-C Here are several of the best Direct Attached Storage (DAS) devices that feature USB 3.1 and USB-C in 1-Bay, 2-Bay, 4-Bay and 5-Bay. Hope this helps! The Best 1-Bay USB 3.1 Gen 2 USB-C Case AKiTiO USB3.1 Gen2 Pocket Case SK-2500 U3.1 MP-SK2-UC For 2.5″ SATA […]

Thunderbolt 1, 2 and 3 – Frequently Asked Questions about Data Storage

Helping you solve your Problems with Thunderbolt for Mac and Windows Here at SPAN.COM, SPANTV and NASCompares, we get all manner of questions from users trying to make the most of their data storage environment. We truly believe there is no such thing as a small or silly question and encourage users to get in touch […]

Unboxing the Netsor NA460C USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C External Case Walkthrough

Netstor release their USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C case for Windows and Mac  A long standing brand in the arena of digital Storage solutions, Netstor Technology have been around since 2002 when they were one of the first companies in the world to release a truly hot swappable external 2-Bay enclosure for 3.5″ HDD […]

Good News! The New Apple MacBook Pro Supports Thunderbolt 3

Good news – Thunderbolt 3 for Mac – 40GB/s for all Thunderbolt 3 has been around for a number of months now and has been causing quite a stir. Connected via the USB Type C port type, it has been a fast luxury that is being enjoyed by Window users almost exclusively – till now! […]

The NA460C 2-Bay USB3.1, Type-C External RAID Storage Walkthrough and Talkthrough

Netstor release their USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C case for Windows and Mac  A long standing brand in the arena of digital Storage solutions, Netstor Technology have been around since 2002 when they were one of the first companies in the world to release a truly hot swappable external 2-Bay enclosure for 3.5″ HDD […]

Understanding USB 3.1 Gen 2 and USB Type C – Why is it so confusing?

What is USB and how did it arrive?  We see them in almost every technological device we see these days from our PCs, Laptops and phones all the way through to our TV’s, our cars and modern wall sockets. Universal Series Bus, or USB, was first commercially introduced in 1998 as a means of unifying […]