MSI has officially launched 3TB+ Infinity technology to support hard drives larger than 3TB and can use the 3TB hard drive as boot disk when installing a 64-bit operating system. From now on, all users who buy or own MSI mainboards are able to download and update the latest BIOS via the official website. Then you can easily
It appears that Intel will be launching a cost-effective Solid-State Drive 311 Series, codenamed 'Larsen Creek' together with its Z68 Express chipset on May 11, so that consumers can make good use of its Intel Smart Response Technology.
Verbatim, manufacturer of various storage media and flash memory products, has unveiled three new ultra-portable and slim external SSDs, expanding its Store 'n' Go product portfolio.
Silicon Power, leading manufacturer of flash memory cards, USB flash drives, card readers, DRAM modules, SSDs, and portable HDDs, has unveiled the Blaze B10, the world's first chameleon USB flash drive. Measuring 72.4 x 17.4 x 10.0mm and weighing a mere 9.5g, the ultra-light drive boasts a USB 3.0 interface, a unique color changing coating
Verbatim has expanded its series of flash devices with the announcement of the USB 3.0 Store 'n' Go flash drives. Available in 16Gb, 32Gb, and 64Gb storage capacities, they feature a USB 3.0 interface, capless (push and pull) design, and deliever data transfer rates up to 120Mb/s (read) and 70Mb/s (write) on USB 3.0 PCs.
So far there haven't been all to many third party SATA 6Gbps controllers in the market, although ASMedia, a subsidiary to Asus announced its ASM106x series of SATA 6Gbps controller back in December last year, but it's only now that we're starting to see products based on it. So far the only option has been
Tokyo-based Green House has unveiled the PicoDrive F3 flash drive series. Measuring 73.2 x 19.75 x 9mm and weighing 13.5g, they sport a USB 3.0 interface and deliver data transfer rates up to 120 Mb/s (read) and 80 Mb/s (write).
Seagate has just announced the GoFlex Slim, which claims to be the world's slimmest external hard drive to date. If you are looking for a portable external storage, this one is now available on www.seagate.com, in-stores and selected online retailers.
Patriot Memory, manufacturer of multiple high performance memory modules and flash devices, has launched its LX PRO series SDHC cards. Available in 16Gb and 32Gb variants, these professional-grade Class 10 SDHC cards support data transfer speeds up to 20Mb/s, outperforming all SDHC Class 10 cards in the market today. They are expected to hit store
Tokyo-based Green House has announced the 64Gb PicoDrive N, adding on to its PicoDrive N family of flash drives.
How much hard disk space is enough for a typical content creator's needs? 1TB? 1.5TB? Or perhaps even 2TB? Well, Western Digital thinks that even that amount is insufficient today considering how the digital landscape has evolved. And its solution? Why, a new external strorage which boasts an astronomical 6TB of data storage capacity. Are
Transcend has announced the SSD18C3 Portable SSD. Measuring 98.7 x 65.7 x 17.45mm and weighing 70g, the compact portable drive features a "vibration-absorbing and slip-resistant" silicone case, One Touch auto-backup button, a MTBF of 1,000,000 hours, and delivers data transfer speeds up to 260Mb/s via its USB 3.0 interface. The SSD18C3 Portable SSD, backed by
Western Digital and Hitachi, Ltd. announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement whereby WD will acquire Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., in a cash and stock transaction valued at approximately $4.3 billion. The proposed combination will result in a customer-focused storage company, with significant operating
Patriot Memory has introduced the Supersonic Magnum, a compact aluminum flash drive with a USB 3.0 chipset featuring eight memory channels. Delivering sequential speeds up to 200Mb/s (read) and 110Mb/s (write), the shock-resistant drive is available in 64Gb and 128Gb capacities. The Patriot Supersonic Magnum is expected to start shipping come early April.
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
A-Data has expanded its line-up of external HDDs with the addition of the CH11. The compact 2.5" external HDD delivers transfer speeds up to 90Mb/s (read) via a USB 3.0 interface and comes with custom tags (allowing users to label drive contents). Available in black, white or pink colors, they are expected to start shipping
Mach Xtreme Technology has expanded its FX USB3.0 flash drive line-up with the addition of a 128Gb (MXUB3MFX-128G) variant. Measuring 78 x 27 x 9.3mm and weighing 39g, the compact flash drive delivers data transfer speeds up to 130Mb/s (read) and 90Mb/s (write). Mach Xtreme has also obtained Asus's USB 3.0 certification for its MX-FX
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