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Storage | 3rd August 2011
Kingston have emblazoned their Hyper X branding upon a new line of SATAIII SSDs. Do they live up to the name?
Storage | 10th January 2011
Today we take a look at a Sandforce based SSD from Memory giants Patriot. Have the early problems been ironed out?
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Matthew Fogg | 19th April 2007
Pioneer released BDC-S02 BluRay BD Combo Drive at IDF Beijing
Matthew Fogg | 30th March 2007
The thousand gigabyte-per-disk era is almost upon us
Matthew Fogg | 28th March 2007
IBM has announced that it has developed a prototype optical transceiver chipset capable of reaching speeds at least eight times faster than optical components available today.
Storage | 2nd November 2010
Before SSDs there was the Western Digital VelociRaptor. With price per GB seemingly stable, it's time to revisit the HDD performance King.
Storage | 14th September 2010
At the end of last year we looked at the 64GB V+ and found it a superb SSD choice. How does its big brother fare at the end of 2010?
Storage | 1st August 2010
The OCZ Vertex was one of the first mega-performing SSDs. Does the Vertex 2 continue the lineage?
Storage | 24th June 2010
Mushkin enter the SSD arena with their Callisto lineup of MLC based drives.
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.
Matthew Fogg | 15th March 2007
Seagate today announced that Momentus 5400 FDE.2, the world’s strongest encrypting 2.5-inch notebook PC hard drive.
Matthew Fogg | 14th March 2007
Super Talent Technology has announced a range of solid state disk (SSD) drives with an industry standard Serial ATA (SATA) interface.
Mike Reilly | 12th March 2007
Intel has decided to enter a new market, Storage. With the announcement of their new storage device, the Intel Z-U130, they're hoping to wipe out all other portable storage. Read inside for more details.
Matthew Fogg | 7th March 2007
Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-IO), theconsortium dedicated to sustaining the quality, integrity and dissemination of SATA technology, today announced the availability of the Serial ATA Revision 2.6 specification.
Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007
Sony is apparently announcing a new, cheaper Blu-ray player.
Matthew Fogg | 19th February 2007
Seagate today announced co-operation with STMicroelectronics, to produce hard drive-based mobile devices that will let consumers receive, record and playback digital television.