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Storage | 6th May 2015
If the blazing speeds available from the latest m.2 drives is something you covet, but you want it on something other than a bright green PCB, then Kingston have just the thing for you.
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.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Derrick Huey | 26th March 2008
Seagate is looking to put SSD manufacturers through some serious legal work with their patent claim
Marc Clements | 25th March 2008
Super Talent have announced their new 256GB SSD which they claim to be the world's thinnest at that capacity
Matthew Kemp | 14th March 2008
Digital downloads are the future, MS is hoping....it seems
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.
Matthew Fogg | 16th January 2008
Sharkoon Swift-Case Securita: With RFID encryption to protect against unauthorized access
Derrick Huey | 20th December 2007
A college student has come up with a design for data visualization for external hard drives
Derrick Huey | 19th December 2007
LG has released the first USB flash drive that features built-in virus and malware protection software
Derrick Huey | 15th December 2007
Super Talent Technology has announced a new line of Parallel ATA (PATA) 1.8-inch solid state drives (SSDs) that use a zero insertion force (ZIF) connector.
Ben Taylor | 10th December 2007
Toshiba enters SSD market with flavours ranging from 32 to 128GB.
Matthew Fogg | 10th December 2007
USB docking station provides direct access to "naked" or uninstalled SATA hard drives