Taiwanese computer hardware manufacturing company G.Skill is displaying its Phoenix II SSD series at Cebit, targeting hardcore enthusiasts.
The Intel Solid State Drive 320 Series, codenamed 'Postville Refresh', is the long-awaited successor to the present mainstream X25-M. The new SSDs are set to launch in mid-April.
OCZ Technology Group's Vertex 3 and Vertex 3 Pro SSDs are poised to make their debut at Cebit 2011 next week. The 2.5" SSDs, powered by SandForce's SF-2000 series controllers, deliver data transfer speeds up to 550Mb/s (read) and 500Mb/s (write) and feature TRIM support, MLC NAND flash memory, and a SATA III interface.
Patriot Memory, manufacturer of high performance memory modules and flash products, has unveiled the Wildfire, targeting enthusiasts. The 2.5" SSD is powered by SandForce's new SF-2200 processor, supporting sequential read and write speeds up to an astonishing 500Mb/s. It is available in 64Gb, 128Gb and 256Gb capacities and sports a SATA III interface. The Patriot
The next time you head out to a computer shop to purchase a Western Digital (WD) product, don't be surprised if you find out that part of the technology used to develop the company's storage devices hails from Singapore's very own laboratories. This is because the American hard disk manufacturer has just announced the establishment
Well-known flash storage and memory maker Super Talent is preparing to introduce its CoreStore line-up of SSDs. Featuring mini PCIe/ PCIe interfaces, they boast a Marvell 88NV9143 controller, MLC (multi-level cell) or SLC (single-level cell) NAND flash memory, and support data transfer rates up to 350Mb/s (read) and 80Mb/s (write) for MLC models and 350Mb/s
Taipei-based Silicon Power has unleashed the Velox V20 series, its latest SSD offering based on the SandForce (SF-1xxx) controller. Measuring 100 x 69.85 x 9.4mm and weighing 70g, the 2.5" SSDs boast a SATA III interface, MLC (multi-level cell) NAND flash memory, TRIM Command, AES-128 encryption, built-in ECC, “Wear-Leveling” technology, shock and vibration resistance, and
Intel plans to launch their new 510 series codenamed Elm Crest on 1st March and it will be Intel's first 6Gb/s SSD targeted at PC Enthusiasts, gamers and workstation users. The 2.5" 9.5mm drive is available in two capacities: 120GB and 250GB. The 510 series features ……
Yes, you heard right. Intel is going to increase not cut the prices of their X25-E SSDs. A check on our price comparison engine revealed that X25-E 32GB is now selling for about $380 and the 64GB version is going for $720. With effective from March 6th, the price of the 32GB X25-E will increase by
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With rated speeds of up to 195MB/sec read and 160MB/sec write, the Kingston HyperX MAX 3.0 is one of the fastest 2.5" external USB 3.0 storage devices around. Is it hardy enough to entice mobile road warriors and fast enough for speed demons?
Gigabyte has released a free tool that supposedly checks if the SATA ports you are using are affected by the Intel 6 series chipset flaw.
Intel has released a new firmware (02M3) for its X18-M, X25-M and X25-V solid state drives (SSD) on 34nm NAND flash. The new firmware fixes slow-boot issues on SATA 6Gb/s controllers, drive hangs when reading S.M.A.R.T. logs, and improves NCQ capability among others. No new firmware for the early 50nm SSDs though; the current version
The OCZ Vertex 2 just got extended. The newer Vertex 2E features a new firmware that promises better performance and delivers additional usable capacity. We will take the new SSD for a spin and see what improvements there are to be had.
Taipei-based Apacer Technology Inc. has announced the 2.5″ ProII AS202, expanding its SSD offerings.
Transcend Information, Inc. has unveiled its new series of 2.5″ SSDs, featuring a new advanced controller. Available in capacities of 32Gb, 64Gb, 128Gb and 256Gb, the SSDs are encased in tamper-resistant enclosures and feature 64Mb DDR2 DRAM cache, TRIM support, Error Correction Code (ECC) functionality, static wear leveling, a SATA II interface, and support data
The world’s smallest SSD appears to be a lot smaller than you think it is. Encased within the company’s world-renown Swiss Army utility knives, the Victorinox SSD-knife is one cool gadget everyone will want to get their hands on.
OCZ Technology Group, renowned manufacturer of solid state drives (SSD), power supplies and memory modules for computers, has recently unveiled their latest and fastest SSD solutions to date at the Consumer Electronics Show this year at Las Vegas. Among the new products showcased include Vertex 3 Pro SSD, Z-Drive R3 PCI-Express SSD, as well as their 80-Plus Gold
Corsair’s Performance 3 SSDs will come in three models. The 64GB model will offer read and write speeds of up to 365MB/s and 110MB/s respectively. The 128GB version will support up to 410MB/s in write speed and 210MB/s in read speed. Lastly, the 256GB variant will provide read speeds up to 480MB/s and write speeds
Intel has released the Solid-State Drive 310 Series, an ultra-small solid-state drive (SSD) that delivers Intel X25-class SSD performance, but at one-eighth the size. Measuring only 51mm x 30mm x 5mm, the Intel SSD 310 sheds the notion that small means slow.