This SSD goes to SuperSpeed.
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...
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.
It's an SSD with mini-USB and SATA 3Gbps interfaces.
Hitachi's latest 3.5-inch, 7200 RPM HDD has a tasty 3 TB capacity.
All (well some) of your hard disk technology are belong to us.
It matches the performance of 400+ mechanical hard drives.
120GB of Intel SSD goodness for under $250.
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...
A Microsoft job post linked Windows Azure with Windows 8.
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...
After the launch of its corporate-based SSDNow V+, Kingston has launched a consumer-based version.
Toshiba's new modules are for manufacturers only, however they should allow for thinner notebooks and tablets with bigger storage capacities.
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...
These SSDs range in thickness from 5-mm to 3.3-mm.
A new SSD capacity size for you to consider.
These three big guns are working on tiny chips.
Zalman is jumping into the SSD market.
Say hello to a 25nm SSD.
Seagate's placing bets that people still want big, capacious HDDs, not just pure SSD speed.
This software for Asus motherboards creates a virtual drive on a 3 TB HDD that can be used in Windows XP, Vista, and 7.
Users can boot their PC using OCZ's new 2nd-generation RevoDrive.
Buffalo and Pioneer are launching BDXL burners in Japan next month.
This "media hub" can only be purchased locally at Best Buy.
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...
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...