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There are multiple card readers on the market. There are models that support SD and microSD cards. Others accept Compact Flash (CF) and SD and there are all-in-one card readers, which claim to support virtually any card format available today. All...
Our external storage charts include drives in 3.5“ and 2.5“ form factors and allow visitors to get a comprehensive overview on multiple storage products on the market. We perform in-depth testing on a Z77 platform with Windows 8 and focus on USB 3...
Our new thumb drive charts include many current products based on USB 3.0 interfaces and offering up to 128 GB capacity. Since performance can vary considerably, you can look at CrystalDiskMark, IOMeter, AS SSD and real life test results to check ...
This is the smallest form factor for portable flash memory products and there are significant differences between the products that are available today. Micro SDHC offers between 4 and 32 GB capacity and the standard is split into Class 4, Class 6...
This page is updated on a regular basis and provides a unique resource for everybody who is looking for a desktop hard drive - whether it is for home or for business use. Our service allows for interactive performance comparison, real-time price/p...
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This month reveals a wealth of new processors including Intel's eight-core beast, the Core i7-5960X. We also look at other Haswell-E options and... Read more
The past few weeks brought AMD's Radeon R9 285 to market, an interesting card with a few surprises up its sleeve. Aside from that we've heard a lot... Read more
This month, we discuss a couple of new high-end SSDs based on fresh developments in flash technology. Are they really that much better than the... Read more
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HGST's Travelstar 7K1000 is the first 1000 GB notebook drive we've tested with a 7200 RPM spindle speed. Is this hard disk a performance crown... Read more