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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Derrick Huey | 16th February 2009
OCZ confirms a new SSD controller is used in their performance Vertex SSD line.
Derrick Huey | 5th February 2009
QNAP Systems, Inc. today announces the next gen Intel-based network attached storage TS-439 Pro Turbo NAS for business users.
Derrick Huey | 27th January 2009
Add up to 64GB of solid-state storage to your netbook in minutes!
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?
Matthew Fogg | 14th January 2009
OCZ has unveiled the OCZ Apex SATA II 2.5 inch Solid State Drive (SSD) Series - the affordable midrange offering for enthusiasts, system builders, and mainstream computer users.
Derrick Huey | 30th December 2008
XPG Dual SSD 3.5" RAID Enclosure provides fast data storage archiving and excellent backup solutions
Matthew Fogg | 22nd December 2008
Patriot launches increased capacity & improved version of their Warp Solid State Drive (SSD)
Matthew Fogg | 19th December 2008
Toshiba has unveiled a 512GB solid state drive (SSD) which it claims breaks both speed and size records in the notebook SSD market.
Tom Koflach | 14th December 2008
With upto 16gb of storage crammed into a memory card not much bigger than a postage stamp.
Matthew Fogg | 10th December 2008
The award-winning Xporter XT Boost USB flash drive now comes with improved read speeds of up to 200x