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Mark Campbell | 15th October 2014
The future of batteries will be here in 2 years. With higher capacity, faster charging and a 20 year lifetime can they come soon enough?
Mark Campbell | 5th October 2014
Over the past few years SSD performance has risen and costs have plummeted. Now according to Toshiba SSDs will be cheaper than HDDs by 2025.
Mark Campbell | 4th October 2014
For professional gamers to win fierce fights easily, Apacer, the pioneer in digital storage, launches the latest SSD - Apacer PT910 SSD.
Mark Campbell | 1st October 2014
Sandisk are releasing the x300 SSD based on TLC Nand. Do we have another 840 Evo on our hands?
Mark Campbell | 26th September 2014
Samsung Today announced that it has started mass producing 3.2-terabyte (TB) NVMe* PCIe solid state drives based on its 3D V-NAND flash memory technology.
Mark Campbell | 9th September 2014
In this years global SSD summit Samsung has shown off an 850 variant using Stacked TLC V-Nand
Mark Campbell | 6th September 2014
Those who want movies with the very highest quality will be keen on 4K Blu-ray's better resolution and colour. Yet millions seem happy with streaming, despite its shortcomings.
Mark Campbell | 4th August 2014
AMD have Officially announced their Radeon R7 series SSD. Made using Toshiba 19nm MLC NAND and OCZ's Barefoot 3 M00 controller, I wonder how they will perform.
James Riley | 24th July 2014
We've got our hands on our first M2 SSD to see if the impressive speeds of the new interface make a difference in the real world.
James Riley | 18th July 2014
We take a look at Corsair's latest, and fastest flash drive they've ever produced.
Mark Campbell | 9th July 2014
Samsung is giving vNAND the TLC treatment. Are cheaper faster SSDs Incoming?
James Riley | 4th July 2014
We take a look at SanDisk's latest USB3.0 memory stick with impressive performance and great quality.
Mark Campbell | 2nd July 2014
Samsung reveals their cutting edge 850 Pro SSDs filled with brand new V-NAND technology
Tom Logan | 21st October 2013
We bring yet more chances to win some epic hardware, this time its Kingston HyperX goodies up for grabs!
Ian Mulcrone | 16th January 2012
Mushkin announce a few new flash storage devices.
Mark Lewis | 30th August 2011
New High-Capacity 180GB and 240GB join the 60GB and 120GB Force Series GT models already on the market.
Mark Lewis | 12th July 2011
In partnership with Symantec, Samsung have launched an upgrade kit for their 470 series SSDs to enhance user convenience!
Philip Gwynne | 30th June 2011
Corsair has annouced the first shipment of their new line of Solid State Drives.
Tom Logan | 28th March 2011
Kingston have just released a new firmware for their V100 solid state drives to fix a possible post hang issue.
Gaurang Shah | 7th February 2011
Plextor is coming to the UK with its high-performance solid state drives, with the launch of its second generation M2S series SSDs next month.
Gaurang Shah | 27th January 2011
Memory and storage major OCZ today officially unveiled its next-gen Z-Drive R3 P84 PCI-Express SSDs as part of its enterprise range of storage solution.
Gaurang Shah | 25th January 2011
Carrying on with its recent fine form, Hitachi today announced the release of its new 3TB 3.5in HDD family - the Ultrastar 7K3000.
Gaurang Shah | 17th January 2011
Global storage solutions manufacturer Transcend today announced that it has upgraded its 2.5” solid state drives (SSD) lineup with the latest controller.
Gaurang Shah | 16th December 2010
Hitachi has started shipping its new 500GB Travelstar Z5K500 ultra-slim HDD and has today announced the G-Drive External HDD based on these drives.
Gaurang Shah | 13th December 2010
Storage systems specialist Seagate today unveiled Constellation.2, the industry’s first ever enterprise-class 2.5in HDD with a massive 1TB capacity.
Gaurang Shah | 1st December 2010
Toshiba Storage Device Division (SDD) today announced the introduction of a new 2.5in Self-Encrypting Drive.
Gaurang Shah | 26th November 2010
The geeks at Hitachi have developed a revolutionary new hard disk drive technology that could change the capacity of HDDs for ever.
Gaurang Shah | 23rd November 2010
The new and upgraded RAIDDrive from Super Talent gives a fair idea of the data transfer speeds that USB 3.0 is capable of achieving.