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13 OCZ has new SSD firmware coming

OCZ has new SSD firmware coming

Peter Stoba | 12th August 2009

OCZ colaborate with Indilinx to release new firmware with automatic garbage collection.

19 How to clone your Notebook / MacBook Hard Disk to an SSD

How to clone your Notebook / MacBook Hard Disk to an SSD

James Napier | 11th August 2009

Swapping your Hard Disk for an SSD is one thing. But transferring all of your data and OS? Well that's something else. Join us as we walk you through the process step-by-step.

3 Buffalo Release Yet Another Tiny USB Drive

Buffalo Release Yet Another Tiny USB Drive

Peter Stoba | 10th August 2009

This tiny usb drive is different from the rest though, it has a Micro SD card reader built in.

3 TDK HDD Roadmap Shows Possible 3.2TB Drives

TDK HDD Roadmap Shows Possible 3.2TB Drives

Peter Stoba | 10th August 2009

The roadmap of TDK, shows 3.2TB dekstop hard drives and 960GB latptop hard drives could be very near.

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1 Intel X25-M SSD Ready To Ship

Intel X25-M SSD Ready To Ship

Peter Stoba | 7th August 2009

The new version of the already popular SSD is now ready to ship after a firmware fix.

2 WD Ups Storage Capacities with 1TB HDD

WD Ups Storage Capacities with 1TB HDD

Gaurang Shah | 27th July 2009

Western Digital today took a step ahead of competition by unveiling the world's first 1TB 2.5in HDD accompanied by a 750GB one.

11 Kingston Shows Off 256GB Data Traveller 300

Kingston Shows Off 256GB Data Traveller 300

Gaurang Shah | 21st July 2009

memory manufacturer Kingston has come up with a teeny weeny thumb drive that has a sizeable 256GB storage capacity.

3 Intel's Postville SSDs Coming in August

Intel's Postville SSDs Coming in August

Gaurang Shah | 20th July 2009

Intel has reportedly been working on its biggest SSD till date and the drive is all set to be launched next month.

0 Hitachi Unveils Two HDDs, NAS Adaptor

Hitachi Unveils Two HDDs, NAS Adaptor

Gaurang Shah | 15th July 2009

Hitachi Global Storage yesterday unveiled a duo of portable USB HDDs and a tiny NAS adaptor.

0 Samsung Intros 250GB Spinpoint N3U HDD

Samsung Intros 250GB Spinpoint N3U HDD

Gaurang Shah | 10th July 2009

The computing world is slowly leaning towards SSDs, but Samsung has bucked the trend to introduce a 1.8in hard drive.

2 Patriot Introduces TorqX M28 SSDs with 10 Year Warranty

Patriot Introduces TorqX M28 SSDs with 10 Year Warranty

Gaurang Shah | 9th July 2009

Patriot Memory today bumped up its SSD line-up with the introduction of the TorqX M28 series featuring 128GB and 256GB capacity drives.

2 OCZ Unleashes Vertex Turbo Edition

OCZ Unleashes Vertex Turbo Edition

Gaurang Shah | 9th July 2009

OCZ yesterday added another potential winner to its highly successful Vertex series of SSDs.

1 Micron's 34nm Process to Boost SSD Capacities

Micron's 34nm Process to Boost SSD Capacities

Gaurang Shah | 1st July 2009

Intel is rumoured to be working on upping its SSD storage capacity to 320GB soon through the die shrink technology developed by its Flash partner Micron.

1 Corsair Intros P128 and P64 Performance Series SSDs

Corsair Intros P128 and P64 Performance Series SSDs

Gaurang Shah | 27th June 2009

High-performance memory manufacturer Corsair recently augmented its Performance Series SSD line with the addition of two new models.

5 Buffalo Flashes Ultra-small 16GB Drive

Buffalo Flashes Ultra-small 16GB Drive

Gaurang Shah | 25th June 2009

USB flash drives have been getting bigger in storage and smaller in size off-late, but the new Thumbkey USB drive from Buffalo beats them all.

1 WD Introduces Multi-system Compatible 4TB NAS

WD Introduces Multi-system Compatible 4TB NAS

Gaurang Shah | 25th June 2009

High-performance storage manufacturer Western Digital (WD) today unveiled its newest offering - the 4TB My Book World Edition II NAS device.

14 Move Aside HDDs, SSDs - HRDs are Here

Move Aside HDDs, SSDs - HRDs are Here

Gaurang Shah | 24th June 2009

Researchers at UK based DataSlide have reportedly invented a disk technology that has the potential to achieve 500MB/s data transfer rate.

1 Active Media Ups Read Speeds with Predator GT SSDs

Active Media Ups Read Speeds with Predator GT SSDs

Gaurang Shah | 23rd June 2009

Active Media today crashed through the 200MB/s read speed barrier for SSDs with the launch of its Predator GT series.

4 Samsung Unveils Mini-Card PCIe SSDs

Samsung Unveils Mini-Card PCIe SSDs

Gaurang Shah | 23rd June 2009

Samsung yesterday unveiled a new line of SSDs sized almost exactly the same as a PCIe card.

1 Super Talent Unveils MasterDrive SX SSDs

Super Talent Unveils MasterDrive SX SSDs

Gaurang Shah | 18th June 2009

Storage and memory modules manufacturer Super Talent yesterday announced the addition of the MasterDrive SX series of SSDs to its range of products.

7 Super SSDs Not Too Far Off

Super SSDs Not Too Far Off

Gaurang Shah | 18th June 2009

Researchers in Japan are claiming a breakthrough in NAND Flash cell design that will allow the development of super SSDs with faster write speeds and a longer lifespan.

5 OCZ Launches Mainstream Agility Series SSDs

OCZ Launches Mainstream Agility Series SSDs

Gaurang Shah | 10th June 2009

OCZ recently launched its new Agility line of SSDs aimed at the low-cost, mainstream market.

7 WD Introduces 4TB External Storage for Macs

WD Introduces 4TB External Storage for Macs

Gaurang Shah | 9th June 2009

High-performance memory manufacturer Western Digital (WD) today took the wraps off its new 4TB My Book Studio Edition II storage system.

0 LaCie Introduces Black Series TV-Friendly HDDs

LaCie Introduces Black Series TV-Friendly HDDs

Gaurang Shah | 6th June 2009

Designer hard drive manufacturer LaCie recently added two new models to its LaCinema range of TV-friendly hard drives.

0 Marvell Showcase PCI-E SSD with 2GB/s throughput

Marvell Showcase PCI-E SSD with 2GB/s throughput

Gaurang Shah | 1st June 2009

Santa Clara based Marvell Technologies today laid claim to the fastest SSD till date with their new PCI-E SSD.

1 SATA 3.0 Brings 6GB/s Data Transfer Speeds

SATA 3.0 Brings 6GB/s Data Transfer Speeds

Gaurang Shah | 29th May 2009

The third-generation of SATA interface is now official; the Serial ATA International Organisation yesterday released the specifications for the new standard.

1 Super Talent Intros PCIe RAIDDrive SSD Workstations, New SSD Line-up

Super Talent Intros PCIe RAIDDrive SSD Workstations, New SSD Line-up

Gaurang Shah | 28th May 2009

The PCIe RAIDDrive SSD Workstation has a capacity of up to 6TB while the SSDs come with an IDE interface.

0 JMicron to Showcase Low Cost JMF612 NAND Flash Controller

JMicron to Showcase Low Cost JMF612 NAND Flash Controller

Gaurang Shah | 28th May 2009

JMicron's new NAND flash controller could cut the cost of SSDs by half.

1 Patriot Forays into NAS Market with Corza

Patriot Forays into NAS Market with Corza

Gaurang Shah | 27th May 2009

Memory manufacturer Patriot Memory today debuted its first offering for home networks in the form of Corza - its first network attached storage (NAS) solution.

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