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9 Asus PCIe GEN2 SATA6G expansion card

Asus PCIe GEN2 SATA6G expansion card

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...

9 Super Talent 128GB SATA II SSD

Super Talent 128GB SATA II SSD

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.

6 OCZ Vertex TURBO 120GB Solid State Drive

OCZ Vertex TURBO 120GB Solid State Drive

Storage | 16th September 2009

Have OCZ improved the phenomenally fast Vertex SSD to reclaim the performance crown? Take a look at our latest review...

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9  Seagate Plans 37.5TB HDD Within Matter of Years

Seagate Plans 37.5TB HDD Within Matter of Years

Matthew Fogg | 8th January 2007

Looking to the future we can expect HDD in the vicinity of 300TB; according to Seagate anyway. Read on to find out more...

0 Samsung Readies Flash Memory For 32 GB Solid State Disk

Samsung Readies Flash Memory For 32 GB Solid State Disk

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.

13 Solid State Hard Drive Versus HDD

Solid State Hard Drive Versus HDD

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...

12 Toshiba's 1.8-inch 100GB HDD

Toshiba's 1.8-inch 100GB HDD

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).

13 Asus SBC-04DIS-U Slim External Blu Ray Reader

Asus SBC-04DIS-U Slim External Blu Ray Reader

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.

7 GSkill Falcon 128GB SATA II SSD

GSkill Falcon 128GB SATA II SSD

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...

11 OCZ Summit 250GB SATA2 SSD

OCZ Summit 250GB SATA2 SSD

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...

5 Corsair Flash Voyager 32gb Review

Corsair Flash Voyager 32gb 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.

15 OCZ Throttle 32GB eSATA Flash Drive

OCZ Throttle 32GB eSATA Flash Drive

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.

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2 Seagate Named Supplier Of The Year

Seagate Named Supplier Of The Year

Matthew Fogg | 6th December 2006

Seagate, the world’s number one disc drive manufacturer, has announced that it has been named 2006 Supplier of the Year by Xyratex, a leading supplier of enterprise class data storage subsystems.

0 Seagate Savvio Small Form Factor Hard Drives Embraced By Technology Leaders Worldwide

Seagate Savvio Small Form Factor Hard Drives Embraced By Technology Leaders Worldwide

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.

8 1TB per Sqaure Inch?

1TB per Sqaure Inch?

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.

3 Xerox Seeks Erasable Form of Paper for Copiers

Xerox Seeks Erasable Form of Paper for Copiers

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...

1 Kingston Technology Launch the DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition

Kingston Technology Launch the DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition

Matthew Fogg | 22nd November 2006

Kingston Technology releases its new DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition USB Drive. Read on to find out more...

17 Xbox 360 hack Spurring Demand For DL DVD Discs

Xbox 360 hack Spurring Demand For DL DVD Discs

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.

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