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?
Seagate's upstream 7,200-RPM NAS and server series features RV sensors and supports arrays with up to sixteen drives.
Intel's 800P is the first bootable Optane SSD in the M.2 form factor, so now you can install a small SSD that should deliver big performance.
There are only a few ultra-high capacity products in the Thunderbolt storage market. LaCie is a big name in this space, but Areca is known for superior performance.
Intel's new 760p uses the latest 64-layer flash to boost performance while keeping pricing in check.
MyDigitalSSD is the first out of the gate with a retail Phison E80-powered SSD. The SBX is the entry-level successor to the popular BPX and brings more performance to the table.
Adata's XPG line targets gamers and extreme users but can a metal heatsink over an entry-level NVMe SSD satisfy the target audience's demands for high-performance?
The Netstor NA611TB3 enclosure brings Thunderbolt 3 to two high-performance NVMe SSDs in a semi-portable enclosure with rugged features.
Samsung's SATA line moves forward a generation today. The iconic 850 series will enter end of life status while the new 860 rises to take its place.
The Plextor M9Pe comes armed with high-performance and RGB LEDs. Today we get to see what the hype is all about.
With up to 2,600 MB/s on tap, LaCie's 12big raises the performance bar if you have the right workload and a high credit limit.
Western Digital just revamped most of its consumer product line with new models that bring increased storage capacity and a bold new look.
Western Digtial's high-performance direct attached My Book Duo features a new bold look, capacity increase, and and an updated software package.
The DRAMless HP700 SSD is one of the best we've tested to date, but the price is more mainstream than the performance.
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