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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.
The HighPoint Rocket EJ340 is advertised as ideal for applications that demand cost-effective, high-capacity 6 Gb/s storage configurations.
SanDisk's Ultra Plus replaces the company's older SATA 3Gb/s SandForce-based Ultra with something a bit more modern, and with a budget-oriented price tag. We test all three capacities to see if the entry-level...
This USB drive is compatible with devices featuring Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" and higher, and support for the USB OTG standard.
Western Digital has offered to acquire sTec Inc. for around $340 million USD.
Intel is reportedly taking final orders for SSDs based on 25nm NAND flash by mid-October.
Toshiba has introduced two new 7 mm 2.5 inch hybrid drives perfect for thin notebooks.
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...
Super Talent has introduced two new storage solutions, both packing a hard drive and an SSD.
Seagate has launched a new lineup of hard drives that are specifically engineered for ideal use in NAS systems.
Mushkin is introducing a new lineup of PCIe based SSDs, some which feature some absurd (read: mind-bogglingly high) speeds.
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...
Small and fast drive was on show at Computex.
The SD Association allows NFC support for their SD Cards, allowing devices without native NFC to use the service fully secured through SWP.
TRENDnet's new NAS media server packs plenty of file-sharing features for your network.
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...
Western Digital is introducing its new mobile 1 TB hard drive, and it is only 7 mm thick.
Memoright is soon rolling out a new lineup of SSDs, the XTM series. They will be built using less expensive 19 nm TLC flash.
Seagate has launched a new hard drive lineup, the Laptop Ultrathin HDD.
This external hard drive sports a "folded" look.
Toshiba is producing 64 Gb NAND chips using its second-generation 19 nm processing tech.
WD is releasing a new lineup of hard drives, the Se lineup for datacenters.
Kingston is releasing a new lineup of business-oriented SSDs.
Seagate has introduced some new hard drives specifically built for video storage and consumption.
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...
HGST has announced a new mobile hard drive, one that boasts a capacity of 1.5 TB.
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