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Storage | 23rd June 2010
We all know that SSDs are blazingly fast. What would you get if you took an SSD and added SATA 6Gb/s support? Let's find out.
Storage | 13th May 2010
We take a look at a pair of Icy Box docking stations and compare E-SATA to USB3
Storage | 19th April 2010
Today we look at the latest high performance SSD from Corsair, the Nova. How does it do?
Storage | 31st March 2010
Carrying your personal data around on a USB drive may be convenient, but what happens when you loose it?
Storage | 26th February 2010
Today we have a look at two Solid State Drives from the Taiwanese company Silicon Power. Do they cut the mustard?
Storage | 22nd February 2010
Synology have just released their latest NAS aimed at the SMB market. But can it hold its own against a fully fledged file server?
Storage | 27th January 2010
With the ever growing need for digital storage, Synology have released a new 4 bay NAS solution for the home and small business user. Look inside to see if it checks all the boxes.
Storage | 6th January 2010
Today we look at the Crucial M225 128GB, a notebook replacement SSD.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Matthew Fogg | 26th January 2007
Samsung has announced its first 1.8-inch drive with a 60GB capacity as a part of the company's new line of N-series of HDDs. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 25th January 2007
Western Digital quietly issued a firmware update on its web site that should be applied to the company's WDxxxxYS series of "Caviar SE16" SATA2 drives.
Mike Reilly | 25th January 2007
Just shortly after HD-DVD encryption was cracked, the same trickster is at it again, this time he's cracked Blu-Ray.
Mike Reilly | 19th January 2007
Fujistsu has figured out a way that will allow them to pack up to 5TB onto a single 3.5 HDD. This technology is not expected to be released soon, but it's on the path to even more capacity hard drives. Read inside for more.
Mike Reilly | 16th January 2007
Many hard drive manufacturers try to please their customers by offering higher capacity hard drives. Seagate has decided to take another route. Read inside for more.
Matthew Fogg | 16th January 2007
If you don't really understand the science behind perpendicular recording, then this article is for you. Read on to find out more...
Mike Reilly | 15th January 2007
It seems like Seagate releases weren't covered so well. Read inside for an update on the info you missed.
Matt Kemp | 12th January 2007
It seems that Sony don't want any smut on their format, so the Porn industry will be going HD-DVD. The end for BlueRay as we know it?
Mike Reilly | 12th January 2007
PQI has released a HUGE (Pun intended), SSD SATA Hard Drive. Pics and more info inside...
Matthew Fogg | 10th January 2007
Today Seagate Technology announced the launch of its FreeAgent family of data movers, which are set to shake up the consumer market. Interested? Feel free to read on about them in the news article...