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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Matthew Fogg | 6th November 2006
Hitachi Goes Whole Hog On Perpendicular
Derrek Huey | 1st November 2006
Seagate Releases New Security Platform
Matthew Fogg | 23rd October 2006
How About A 32GB Flash Max Drive?
Matthew Fogg | 19th October 2006
Seagate Strengthens Its Maxtor Onetouch And Maxtor Shared Storage
Storage | 29th June 2009
The OCZ Vertex set a very high standard two months ago but suffered mediocre write speeds. Can the Summit SSD make up the deficit? Find out in our latest in-depth review...
Storage | 17th June 2009
Corsair's Flash Voyager drives may have been out for a while, but we felt they were still deserving of a look. Find out how we got on inside.
Storage | 20th May 2009
Looking for something with a little more grunt than your existing USB flash drive? The eSATA based OCZ Throttle may be just what you've been searching for.
Storage | 12th May 2009
Losing hair over data back-ups? Then Corsair may have a solution for you, and it doesn't involve a wig! Read on to find out our thoughts on the Voyager Port...
Storage | 11th April 2009
With a read speed of 250MB/s, the OCZ Vertex serves up some serious speed....just not on a platter! Check out our review inside.
Matthew Fogg | 17th October 2006
Seagate Opens New State Of The Art Data Recovery Facility
Matthew Fogg | 12th October 2006
Kingston Technology Introduces Its New DataTraveler Secure USB Drives
Matthew Fogg | 10th October 2006
NEC Develops Chipset For Blu-Ray / HD-DVD Recorder
Matthew Fogg | 9th October 2006
Hitachi Planning Super Data Catridge
Matthew Fogg | 6th October 2006
Kingston Technology Introduces its new Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) 4GB Card.
Matthew Fogg | 27th September 2006
Kingston Technology Unveil Two New Flash Memory Based Products