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Computex: ADATA Display DashDrive SE720 and SE810 Portable Storage SSDs

ADATA has been very busy at Computex this week showing off a boat load of storage solutions. First up we are going to take a quick look at the new DashDrive devices they were showing off.…

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Computex: MSI Display Core i7 Powered S20 “Slider” Ultrabook

Alongside MSI’s two Primo tablets it displayed its Core i7 S20 Slider Ultrabook. This device features a multi-angled slide screen with an attached keyboard. This allows you to choose between either a tablet or an ultrabook.…

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OCZ Launches Vertex 450 Series SSDs

OCZ unveiled a new series of SSDs yesterday, not that anyone in the tech world really noticed because this launch from OCZ was totally overshadowed by the GTX 780 launch from Nvidia. The new Vertex 450…

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SanDisk Ultra Plus 256GB SSD Review

Looking at the vast number of drives on the market, there are so many different combinations of controller and flash memory to choose from, for some it is a daunting prospect and thus they stick to…

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Crucial M500 480GB SSD Review

At the start of the year during CES, the major buzz word of the show as we all know was 4K, but whilst this was a buzz word, in the storage sector there were other goings…

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Western Digital & SanDisk Join Forces To Build SSHDs

Earlier today we reported that Seagate were set to enter the SSD market and that is of course a good thing for both consumers and fans of Seagate products, yet it looks like Western Digital &…

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Ultra High Speed ASUS ROG RAIDR Express SSD Detailed

ASUS Republic Of Gamers (ROG) is bringing us their new RAIDR Express SSD, giving us some of the fastest in desktop storage. The new RAIDR Express is extremely fast, capable of speeds upwards of 830 MB/s.…

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OCZ Denies Vertex 5 Release Rumours

Unfortunately we have some sad news for you. We brought you the news yesterday that OCZ were reportedly working on a new SSD, the Vertex 5. However, it turns out that this rumour is mainly incorrect.…

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OCZ Vertex 5 Series of SSDs Detailed

OCZ’s Vertex series of SSDs have been highly popular with enthusiasts, particularly their Vertex 4 series which managed to drop the “bad name” that the early Vertex 3 series units had, prevalent failures and causing bluescreens.…

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Crucial M500 960GB SSD Up For Sale?

Crucial M500 960GB, a drive which was said that to be the first terabyte-class drive under $600 price mark and which was shown off in CES, but there was no word of its launch date. Recently,…

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Mushkin Announce 1.8-inch Chronos GO Deluxe SATA III SSDs

Mushkin are a company who make a lot of SSDs and memory kits for the PC hardware market. Their Chronos range of SSDs are renowned across the industry for the excellent value for money that they…

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Intel Haswell Ultrabooks to Start at $599

At the Intel Solution Summit (ISS) which took place last week Intel told the world that we should expect to see Ultrabooks based on their fourth generation of core processors soon. The fourth generation of core…

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ADATA Technology Join Forces With eSports Team Infused

ADATA Technology and Team Infused have just announced their new partnership that will their SSDs, DRAM mdules and more being put to good use by the team for at least the next 12 months in an…

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OCZ Announce Vertex 3.20 SSD with 20nm NAND Flash

Today OCZ Technology have unveiled their latest Solid State Drive which falls under the Vertex 3 series of drives but with a difference as it features 20 nanometer NAND flash memory. Keeping with the original, the…

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Kingfast unknowingly sent counterfeit SSDs with mislabelled Flash NAND for review

We’ve all heard (and knowingly or unknowingly may have bought one) about duplicate flash drives, one fear would be counterfeit SSDs, especially in a sealed package from the manufacturer directly. SSD Review’s Les Tokar received a Kingfast…

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Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB SSD Review

Over the years, Kingston have been one of the leading manufacturers of solid state drives and their selection of drives range from entry level consumer options right up to their top end HyperX editions. Whilst it’s…

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RunCore Unveils the Xapear SSD with Remote Data Deletion and RFID Protection

Features SMS activated data deletion and an RFID encrypted partition to protect your data.

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RunCore Develops Self-Destructive Solid-State Drive

physically destroy the memory chips inside the SSD by applying an over-current to the NAND flash memory.