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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.

news - JUNE 24 7

Toshiba has introduced two new 7 mm 2.5 inch hybrid drives perfect for thin notebooks.

reviews - JUNE 20 13

With the announcement of LSI's SAS 9300-8e and HGST's Ultrastar SSD800MM earlier this year, the world was officially introduced to 12 Gb/s SAS. Today we get our first look at how two times the interface...

news - JUNE 18 9

Super Talent has introduced two new storage solutions, both packing a hard drive and an SSD.

news - JUNE 17 15

Seagate has launched a new lineup of hard drives that are specifically engineered for ideal use in NAS systems.

news - JUNE 12 10

Mushkin is introducing a new lineup of PCIe based SSDs, some which feature some absurd (read: mind-bogglingly high) speeds.

reviews - JUNE 11 13

As enterprise SSDs become more specialized and application-focused, Intel is hoping its SSD DC S3500 will strike a chord with customers looking for excellent read performance on a budget. We compare this drive...

news - JUNE 9 30

Small and fast drive was on show at Computex.

news - JUNE 7 2

The SD Association allows NFC support for their SD Cards, allowing devices without native NFC to use the service fully secured through SWP.

news - JUNE 7 4

TRENDnet's new NAS media server packs plenty of file-sharing features for your network.

reviews - JUNE 7 40

SanDisk is looking for a rise to prominence in the SSD segment with a new Marvell 88SS9187-based drive. The Extreme II packs 19 nm Toggle-mode NAND (from SanDisk, naturally), specialized firmware, and...

news - JUNE 5 13

Western Digital is introducing its new mobile 1 TB hard drive, and it is only 7 mm thick.

news - JUNE 5 2

Memoright is soon rolling out a new lineup of SSDs, the XTM series. They will be built using less expensive 19 nm TLC flash.

news - JUNE 3 16

Seagate has launched a new hard drive lineup, the Laptop Ultrathin HDD.

news - JUNE 3 7

This external hard drive sports a "folded" look.

news - JUNE 3 4

Toshiba is producing 64 Gb NAND chips using its second-generation 19 nm processing tech.

news - MAY 31 9

WD is releasing a new lineup of hard drives, the Se lineup for datacenters.

news - MAY 31 4

Kingston is releasing a new lineup of business-oriented SSDs.

news - MAY 29 28

Seagate has introduced some new hard drives specifically built for video storage and consumption.

reviews - MAY 28 27

OCZ is shaking up its current product stack by replacing the year-old Vertex 4 SSD. The Vertex 450 matches Barefoot 3 controller silicon with 20 nm synchronous NAND for something slightly more economical than...

news - MAY 27 11

HGST has announced a new mobile hard drive, one that boasts a capacity of 1.5 TB.

news - MAY 20 12

The first units will ship to developers, and then telecom and cable providers. Client versions will arrive sometime after that.

news - MAY 16 9

D-Link has introduced four new Wireless AC routers to fit every budget.

news - MAY 16 3

Here's a quick way to back up your data and look stylish in the process.

reviews - MAY 14 84

One SSD is good, right? So, two SSDs in RAID 0 must be better. That’s certainly the case when you're benchmarking sequential performance. But we're finding that, except in extreme examples, one SSD that's...

news - MAY 8 5

Seagate has revealed four storage solutions spanning the consumer to the server.

reviews - MAY 8 21

Seagate is the world's largest purveyor of mechanical hard drives. As the company prepares for mortal combat in the consumer SSD space, are its wits, Toshiba's Toggle-mode NAND, and SK hynix memory solutions'...

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