WD whips the covers off its new recording tech that debuts in the WD Gold series hard drives.
FuzeDrive enters the SSD arena with its own M.2 SSD with SLC and QLC flash that offers up to 25X the endurance of competing SSDs.
In response to withering criticism, WD has announced a new line to faster CMR hard drives to complement its slower SMR models.
PNY has launched a new Elite-X Fit USB flash drive with a capacity of 512GB and read speeds up to 200 MBps.
Another NVMe option for those looking to add a little more performance to their ageing setup or budget build.
A law firm has solicited plaintiffs for a class action lawsuit against WD for not disclosing that some of its hard drives use slower SMR technology.