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Storage | 16th December 2008
Fancy being able to carry 32GB of data around in my pocket without looking like you're concealing a hard one (disk!)? The OCZ ATV 32GB may well have an affordable and rugged solution.
Storage | 23rd November 2008
Promising a faster read speed than any of their previous models, Overclock3D simply had to try the SanDisk Extreme Cruzer Contour out.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
Peter Stoba | 14th October 2009
A new firmware version for the Vertex range of solid state drives from OCZ.
Peter Stoba | 8th October 2009
The desktop version of the extremely fast PCI Express solid state drives have been announced.
Peter Stoba | 7th October 2009
Western Digital have introduced a new line of external hard drives, with e-label built in.
Storage | 12th October 2008
Aimed squarely at the SOHO user, the DS207+ promises an impressive array of features. OC3D simply had to take a look
Storage | 9th September 2008
Looking for some seriously beefy storage that isn't a slouch when it comes to performance? Hitachi's DeskStar 7K1000 may have what you're looking for...
Storage | 5th August 2008
Can OCZ's latest SSD incarnation tempt you away from conventional drives? We put the Solid State Drive through it's paces in our latest storage review.
Storage | 17th July 2008
Today we place OCZ's 32GB Solid State Disk against the speedy Western Digital Velociraptor. How will they compare? Read on to find out...
Storage | 13th July 2008
Like the Scythe Quiet Drive, the Himuro promises to cool and silence your HDDs
Peter Stoba | 5th October 2009
Active media announce the 'Aviator' range of external USB 3.0 solid state drives.
Peter Stoba | 2nd October 2009
TDK plan to show off a 320GB disk based on blu-ray technology next week.
Peter Stoba | 28th September 2009
Buffalo have announced their first USB 3.0 external hard drive.
Peter Stoba | 25th September 2009
Freecom appear with the first consumer-based device to support the high speed bus.
Peter Stoba | 21st September 2009
Seagate have announced the Barracuda XT, which is the first SATA 6GB/s drive on the market.
Peter Stoba | 2nd September 2009
After the successful launch of the 5400RPM 2TB drive, we have faster variants!