Early units of Microsoft’s new Surface devices sport tiny 2230 SSDs from Toshiba and SK Hynix. But it’s not clear yet which you’ll get.
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.
The Intel SSD 660p 1TB normally retails for over $100, but Newegg is selling it for $84.99 after discounts.
Intel announced workstation support for Optane DIMMs, and it's coming to gaming PCs soon, too, a new SSD 665p, and a roadmap of future products.
Adata has detailed a new M.2 drive, the SX8100, using PCIe 3.0 x4 and NVMe 1.3 protocols with speeds up to 3500/3000 MB/s reads and writes.
Lexar’s NS200 provides solid SATA-level storage performance, but competitors offer slightly better speeds for around the same price.
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.
Biostar's S120 SSDs offer sequential read and write speeds up to 550 MBps and 520 MBps, respectively.
We have 16 TB of storage and super slim NAS enclosure to giveaway, courtesy of our partners Seagate and QNAP.
Samsung announced it had developed the industry's first Key Value SSD that is compliant with the new open standard for KV SSDs, which can significantly reduce CPU overhead for storage workloads
Fujifilm announces the availability of the LTO 8 Ultrium data cartridge with a capacity of 12TB/30TB (compressed/uncompressed) and increased speeds.
Western Digital announced two new high-capacity drives, the Ultrastar DC HC550 CMR HDD and the Ultrastar DC HC650 SMR HDD.
WD’s refreshed My Passport portable hard drives come in capacities of up to 5TB, come in four colors and top out at 0.75 inches thick.
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?