Samsung cracks the 1TB barrier with new 840 EVO mSATA SSD
1.8-inch mSATA drives uses 10nm manufacturing process and costs $500.
OCZ confirms sale to Toshiba
$35 million dollar deal gives Toshiba access to proprietary intellectual property and...
‘Call of Duty: Ghosts’ on Xbox One reportedly suffers from frame rate drops
An ex-IGN editor reports that Call of Duty: Ghosts isn't any better...
Targeted at budget-oriented system builders that demand increased storage performance, Corsair unveiled a new entry to their Force series line of solid state drives (SSD) in the form of Force LS.
Geared at enterprise environments, Seagate has unveiled its new solid state hybrid drive.
Plextor’s M5S 128GB SSD hits our benchmarking tables today, promising reliability and good value. How does the legendary ODD manufacturer fares in the SSD market?
According to a leaked roadmap from Intel, its Pro Series of SSD drives are set to launch between Q2-Q4 of this year while its consumer oriented 530 series will be launching sometime in July.
sTec will be acquired by HGST, which was bought out by Western Digital just over a year ago. sTec’s agreement to merge with HGST is considered a wise decision since the company already sells the ULTRASTAR enterprise SSD line. Currently there are no SSDs under the Western Digital brand name. sTec specializes with solid-state drives
Panasonic has just unveiled their new UHS Speed Class (Class 1) and SD Speed Class (Class 10) microSD cards, the microSDHC UHS-1 Card series.
Samsung begins mass production of first PCIe SSD for Ultrabooks, up to 2.5x times faster than SATA SSDs
Thought current SATA based SSDs were screaming fast? Just to pop your bubble, Samsung has begun mass production of the world’s first PCIe-based SSD tailored specifically for Ultrabooks, which promises to bring screaming fast data transfer rates like never before.
Pricing details for Intel’s new enterprise level SSD have emerged as sharp eyed Japanese bloggers spot the next-gen drive on store shelves.
The Samsung 840 Pro 256GB SSD hits our benchmarking tables today. Sporting their latest in-house MDX controller, Samsung makes some bold claims regarding the speed and reliability of their latest SSD.
Asus' Republic of Gamers line of hardware is about to be expanded with solid state drives. The new drives will launch in May.
Crucial's M500 Solid State Drive has been released for a relative bargain, leading the way towards SSD drives one day becoming cheap enough to take over from the traditional HDD.
Today we are having a look at the Vector, an SSD powered by the Indilinx Barefoot 3 controller, the first controller fully developed in-house after OCZ acquired Indilinx in 2011. Can OCZ regain some of their lost ground with their latest SSD? We will find out in this review.
The Crucial M4, which made its debut almost 2 years ago, is one of the most popular drives in the market. Is it still a top contender?
Before we embark on long-term endurance testing on the drive, we take a quck look at the latest market entrant from Sandisk which uses a Marvell 88SS9175 controller and 19nm MLC NAND.
Lexar plans on rolling out their new high-performance data card sets as early as February 2013. Among these, is a microSD card that has a 90MB/sec maximum data transfer speed.