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Whether you're looking for a safe way to store and share your family photos, or high-speed access for mission-critical data, or something in between, we can provide you with the information and benchmarks to find a storage solution for your needs.

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This SSD goes to SuperSpeed.

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Tacky, novelty gadgets are something of a guilty pleasure for us, and tacky, novelty gadgets based on films from days gone by hold an even dearer, more secret place in our hearts. Our latest love is this...

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As a sign of gratitude for the continued support of our loyal fans, Zalman and Tom's Hardware are teaming up and giving away one of Zalman's brand new SSDs.

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It's an SSD with mini-USB and SATA 3Gbps interfaces.

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Hitachi's latest 3.5-inch, 7200 RPM HDD has a tasty 3 TB capacity.

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All (well some) of your hard disk technology are belong to us.

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It matches the performance of 400+ mechanical hard drives.

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120GB of Intel SSD goodness for under $250.

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It only takes one or two modern SSDs to outperform business-class RAID arrays with four or eight hard drives. We're running a full comparison and looking at the implications for high-performance systems when...

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A Microsoft job post linked Windows Azure with Windows 8.

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The SSD market continues evolving. We got our hands on six drives we hadn't yet tested, including Samsung’s 470-series, and ran them through our benchmark suite. All told, this roundup includes a total of 24...

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After the launch of its corporate-based SSDNow V+, Kingston has launched a consumer-based version.

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Toshiba's new modules are for manufacturers only, however they should allow for thinner notebooks and tablets with bigger storage capacities.

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External storage is almost a necessity these days. But do you go for 3.5" or 2.5" drives? What about eSATA, FireWire, or USB 2.0? Is it worth the upgrade to snag a USB 3.0-capable platform? Seagate's FreeAgent...

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These SSDs range in thickness from 5-mm to 3.3-mm.

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A new SSD capacity size for you to consider.

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These three big guns are working on tiny chips.

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Zalman is jumping into the SSD market.

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Say hello to a 25nm SSD.

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Seagate's placing bets that people still want big, capacious HDDs, not just pure SSD speed.

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This software for Asus motherboards creates a virtual drive on a 3 TB HDD that can be used in Windows XP, Vista, and 7.

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Users can boot their PC using OCZ's new 2nd-generation RevoDrive.

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Buffalo and Pioneer are launching BDXL burners in Japan next month.

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This "media hub" can only be purchased locally at Best Buy.

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Slowly but surely, hard drives with 4 KB sectors are replacing the "legacy" 512 byte sector size. By January 2011, all drive vendors will have made this transition. Buyers of new PCs are safe, but there are...

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There is more than one way to skin a cat. Several hard drive vendors have created transitional products to simplify the transition from 3.5" disks to more compact 2.5" devices in SMB-class servers. We cover...