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Storage | 6th January 2010
Today we look at the Crucial M225 128GB, a notebook replacement SSD.
Storage | 4th December 2009
The Kingston SSD Now V+ 64GB solid state drive comes through the OC3D Labs. Does it's value price tag mean value performance?
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Matthew Fogg | 31st January 2007
Kingston Technology has released its new DataTraveler ReadyFlash USB 2.0 Flash drive - designed to support Microsoft Windows ReadyBoost technology.
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.
Storage | 31st October 2009
With no SATA 6G support forthcoming on Intel based motherboards, Asus have made their own card which supports this feature. See how well the card performs in our latest review...
Storage | 25th September 2009
Is the noise of your current HDD driving you mad? Thinking of buying an SSD but dont know which to get? Perhaps Super Talents FTM28GX25H could be what your looking for. Read on to find out.
Storage | 16th September 2009
Have OCZ improved the phenomenally fast Vertex SSD to reclaim the performance crown? Take a look at our latest review...
Storage | 1st September 2009
Asus produces the worlds first slim external Blu Ray drive and we get our hands on it to take a good look at this rather sexy looking bit of kit.
Storage | 13th July 2009
To be the best you have to beat the best. Does the GSkill Falcon have wait it takes to outpace the other SSD's on test? Find out in our latest review...
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...