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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
Matthew Fogg | 3rd January 2007
Samsung said that it has begun sampling of 50 nm NAND flash memory chips that are required to build the long announced 32 GB 2.5 GB solid state disk (SSD). Read on to find out more.
Matthew Fogg | 2nd January 2007
Intel's upcoming Santa Rosa platform for Notebooks employs something known by its code name as the "Robson" module, that incorporates NAND Flash in a solid state disk-cache design. Read about it here...
Matthew Fogg | 6th December 2006
Toshiba recently announced a 1.8-inch drive that offers a storage capacity of 100GB, claiming it is the largest capacity yet achieved in this class of hard disk drive (HDD).
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 | 3rd December 2006
Seagate today announced that its ground-breaking Savvio 2.5–inch SFF enterprise hard drives have achieved unprecedented levels of adoption among leading system suppliers.
Matthew Fogg | 30th November 2006
A laser capable of being focused to a spot on a rotating disk just 80 nanometers across, is what Fujitsu needed to be able to beat competitors Toshiba and Seagate, in the race toward terabit areal densities. Yesterday, Fujitsu announced they’d achieved that goal.
Matthew Fogg | 28th November 2006
Xerox has set out to recycle paper documents produced by the company’s copiers — potentially an unlimited number of times. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 22nd November 2006
Kingston Technology releases its new DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition USB Drive. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 9th November 2006
Taiwan optical disc makers makers have indicated that demand has been warming up for DVD+R/-R DL (single-sided double-layer) discs recently, following the increased availability of a modding hack that allows for the playing of pirated games on Xbox 360 consoles.
Matthew Fogg | 6th November 2006
Hitachi Goes Whole Hog On Perpendicular