Lian Li and DER8AUER want to highlight your desktop PC's power cable with a new RGB 24-pin power extension cable.
Phison's E7 successor takes shape as the company prepares the E12 flagship NVMe SSD controller for enthusiasts and power users.
Toshiba beat the Computex product announcement flood by shipping the new XS700 240GB external SSD early. USB Type-C connectivity for up to 550 MB/s performance.
PNY leads the capacity race today with the world's largest microSD card, but with Computex around the corner, we expect more large capacity microSD products to come.
Thunderbolt portable SSDs received a lot of attention at CES, but USB is still more common, ensures maximum compatibility, and is very fast.
32GB DDR4 SoDIMMs running at 2,666Mbps with 39% less power consumption to increase the notebook gaming user experience.
With a large cache and ample overprovisioning, the low-cost Adata XPG SX8200 is the best mainstream NVMe we've ever tested.
The HP EX920 is a low-cost, mainstream NVMe SSD that uses a familier hardware design that puts the company on the consumer storage map.
It's here! The Optane SSD 9-Series with LED lighting emerged from the shadows, and we think it's the fastest SSD ever.
Samsung has an answer to competitor's 64-layer flash. Today we see if Samsung can take back the mainstream NVMe performance lead.
It looks like Intel will refresh the flagship Optane 900P SSD line with the new 905P that comes in more shapes and sizes, including the LED-bling add-in card. Disco!
We bring four of the fastest SSDs together in a powerful workstation with the HighPoint SSD7120 acting as the glue that links it all together.
When Samsung releases a new Pro Series SSD we don't need to ask if it's the fastest; we just ask how much faster is it than the competition.
The TEKQ Rapide external SSD is the first SSD to marry the high-performance NVMe and Thunderbolt 3 interfaces.
G-Technology (a Western Digital Company) has three new flash-based storage systems that set new performance records for the company's products.
Fab 10 multi-billion dollar investment will add 1,000 jobs and increase 3D NAND production output in 2020.
Western Digital and subsidiary SanDisk have a new NVMe controller to use with 64-layer NAND. Is the new combination enough to topple the company's largest rival?