Should you buy an HDD or SSD? Here's all you need to know.
Here are the best external hard drives and SSDs for the money. These drives offer the best balance of performance, features and price.
Lexar's latest NVMe drive competes on price, while sipping power and delivering decent performance. Its main drawback is capacity, topping out at just 480GB.
Mushkin's new high-end M.2 drive boasts high endurance, fast performance and 256-bit AES encryption. Can it best the plethora of similarly equipped competition?
Adata’s Ultimate SU750 has decent performance for a SATA drive, but it slurps power and competitors give you a lot more for the same price.
Lexar’s NS200 provides solid SATA-level storage performance, but competitors offer slightly better speeds for around the same price.
Samsung's new 970 EVO Plus takes on the SSD market with new flash and speeds that reach up to 3.5 GB/s.
With performance that is 6 times that of any SATA SSD, yet a footprint that can take up just 16 x 20 mm, the BG4 is a great option for OEM computer integration.
Seagate's Ultra Touch Portable hard drive sports a textured, two-tone look and performs as we'd expect. But it's the software that really ads value.
Lexar's latest external SSD sports read and write speeds that are about double what you can get from most portables. But is that enough to make up for its high price?
LaCie's Mobile Drive is the nicest-looking portable drive available. But unless you want to test drive the included free month of Adobe CC, there are better options.
With spacious capacities and a 10Gb/s USB 3.1 Type-C interface, LaCie’s got a new professional desktop RAID device that is ideal for the creative pro looking to up their storage game.
Phison was the first SSD vendor to bring a blazing-fast PCIe 4.0 SSD to market, but it has a new controller in the works that will hit 7 GB/s and one million IOPS.
Now that AMD's Ryzen 3000 series chips have brought support for PCIe 4.0 to the desktop, the race is on for new, faster SSDs.
The Crucial P1 breaks the SATA 6Gb/s barrier with its NVMe interface and delivers up to 2/1.7 GB/s of sequential read/write throughput.
With very good performance at surprisingly reasonable pricing, plus high endurance, Team Group's MP34 is a very good value-focused NVMe M.2 SSD.
Mushkin has an SSD at the speed and capacity to fit almost anyone’s storage needs. And if speed is your need, the NVMe Mushkin Pilot is the drive to choose.