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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.
OC3D Articles ›› Storage
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...
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.
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...
Storage | 13th July 2008
Like the Scythe Quiet Drive, the Himuro promises to cool and silence your HDDs
Storage | 29th January 2008
Looking for ways of accessing your HDD's externally and on the run? Scythe may have something of interest for you then...
Storage | 24th January 2008
The Scythe Quiet Drive promises to quieten and cool your hard drive.
Storage | 15th January 2008
Today, we take a look at the Ultra Stackables, a line of matching external enclosures, media readers, and usb hubs, offered by Ultra.
Storage | 7th October 2007
Today I take a look at the multi-function Trifecta SD card. With their expertise involved in making memory products, let's see what new features they've packed into this tiny slice of technology.
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.
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.
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.
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...
Matthew Fogg | 22nd November 2006
Kingston Technology releases its new DataTraveler Secure Privacy Edition USB Drive. Read on to find out more...
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.