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Storage | 25th January 2016
Let's have a look at Kingston's new HyperX Savage USB Flash drive with stated read and write speeds of 350MB/s and 250MB/s. Let's see how well it stacks up.
Storage | 3rd December 2015
Sick and tired of uninstalling things from your OS drive? Crucial has the solution.
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Nic Crane | 31st July 2008
A new hack allowing attackers to take peoples files even after encryption.
Matthew Fogg | 27th July 2008
Kingston increases storage size for their Data Traveller 400
Matthew Fogg | 22nd July 2008
Notebook SSD Line Now Supports Dramatically Faster Write Speeds
Storage | 22nd April 2015
SSDs with incredible speeds are coming thick and fast. We take a look at the latest Samsung offering, and see how PCI Express 2.0 compares to PCI Express 3.0 too.
Storage | 13th April 2015
In the market for some portable storage but finding a USB Stick too small for your requirements? Samsung and their T1 might be just the thing you need.
Storage | 7th April 2015
Solid State Drives are quickly becoming as big as the data drives of old. We take a look at the latest in the Crucial range, the MX200. In a 1TB capacity!
Storage | 2nd April 2015
If you find that SSDs aren't quite fast enough for you, then Intel have unleashed a drive with speeds beyond our wildest dreams. If 500MB/s doesn't quite cut it, welcome to the world of NVM Express.
Storage | 31st March 2015
Samsung have taken their latest creation, the 3D V-NAND, and applied it to a M.2 socket SSD. How does it perform?
Storage | 26th March 2015
Today we're looking at the first motherboard that comes equipped with USB 3.1, the ASUS Z97-A. Does the extra bandwidth make a difference to storage speeds?
Storage | 25th February 2015
Once upon a time the idea of a 1TB SSD was the stuff of dreams. Today we look at Crucial's BX100 1TB SSD. Oh yes.
Storage | 7th January 2015
Fancy seeing exactly how much bandwidth you can squeeze out of a Solid State Drive without taking up a slot? G.Skill has the answer.
Storage | 20th October 2014
The latest iteration of the Sandisk Extreme SSD is here and we give it a quick spin.
Storage | 20th October 2014
The days of small, expensive, SSDs are long behind us and today we take a look at a very attractive SSD from Crucial, the MX100.
Storage | 19th July 2014
We take a look at Corsair's latest range of SSDs in all 3 of the sizes, with the 128GB starting at just Â£55!
Storage | 17th July 2014
Corsair have updated their wireless storage solution to version 2. We take a look.
Storage | 21st March 2014
Intel have combined their Enterprise technologies with desktop storage to produce the Intel 730 Series, and we take a look.
Storage | 1st July 2013
Today we're taking a look at the Kingston DT HyperX, a pen drive that rewrites the rules of what is possible.
Storage | 15th May 2013
Today we're looking at the Corsair Voyager Air with more tricks up its sleeve than a magician.
Storage | 6th February 2013
It is time to dispel the mystique around the previously perceived 'hardcore' hard-drive setups...
Storage | 21st December 2012
Today we're taking a look at the next generation of SSDs from Samsung, the 840 Pro.
Storage | 14th September 2012
The first SSD equipped with the LM87800 controller appears in our offices. How does it perform?
Nic Crane | 19th July 2008
Super Talent Technology, today announced the PICO-C Gold, a 24-carat gold plated, water resistant USB drive that weighs less than a nickel (~4.7 grams), is smaller than an SD card, and can store over 2,000 MP3 songs.
Matthew Fogg | 17th July 2008
Patriot Memory release their "Warp" Solid State Drives (SSD).
Matthew Fogg | 9th July 2008
Best-in-Class Power Ratings without Sacrificing Performance
Matthew Fogg | 9th July 2008
Samsung are reportedly about to go into mass-production of 128GB SSDs
Nic Crane | 2nd July 2008
OCZ today unveiled the OCZ Core Series SATA II 2.5â€ Solid State Drives (SSDs).
Nic Crane | 29th June 2008
New snazzy DASH drive from Patriot.
Matthew Fogg | 26th June 2008
German-Korean research team produces a permanent memory using a new procedure and thereby sets a memory density record.
Derrick Huey | 25th June 2008
SSD technology speeds are getting higher and higher
Derrick Huey | 20th June 2008
OCZ Technology Introduces the High-Capacity Diesel USB Drive, a Portable and Affordable Option for Students and Professionals
Nic Crane | 17th June 2008
Nice to see RockStar pushing the boundaries again.
Nic Crane | 15th June 2008
OCZ Technology, today announced the latest addition to its award-winning lineup of performance flash drives with the all-new Spyder.
Matthew Fogg | 13th June 2008
Apacer to release combo SSDs
Marc Clements | 9th June 2008
Super Talent discuss future pricing of SSD's
Derrick Huey | 9th June 2008
Speed will be the name of the game for the next-generation Raptor
Marc Clements | 2nd June 2008
Analysts say it will take quite some time for Blu Ray to replace DVD
Derrick Huey | 29th May 2008
Samsung adds a new larger, faster, better drive to their SSD line
Nic Crane | 3rd May 2008
As official Disney licensee, A-DATA releases a USB flash drive that is out of the ordinary, the lovable classic T801 and dainty Chinese T802
Matthew Kemp | 2nd May 2008
Blu Ray details from Paramount - get some Bee Movie...and hopefully some Transformers soon....hopefully!
Derrick Huey | 10th April 2008
The Xbox 360 HD-DVD player gets what is likely to be its final update
Marc Clements | 8th April 2008
Super Talent have issued a press release detailing 3 new 8GB USB flash drives, including the worlds smallest 8GB drive
Derrick Huey | 6th April 2008
Microsoft continues to stand against a Blu-Ray drive for the 360 console
Nic Crane | 1st April 2008
Another Xbox 360 to get Blu-Ray rumour pops up on the net.
Derrick Huey | 27th March 2008
A recent patent claim could cause Blu-Ray player manufacturing to come to a halt
Marc Clements | 26th March 2008
SlySoft have issued a press release stating that they have broken the DRM (Digital Rights Management) on BD+
Derrick Huey | 26th March 2008
Seagate is looking to put SSD manufacturers through some serious legal work with their patent claim