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Basic Solid State Drive Features Explained

When we report on storage news as well as in our reviews, we use a lot of terms and features that might not be familiar to everyone. The words and acronyms sound good and you chose…

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Toshiba HG6 THNSNJ512GCSU 512GB Solid State Drive Review

Introduction Toshiba’s drives are mostly sold as OEM models and built into other products such as workstations and laptops, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t deserve to get a good spin on my test bench.…

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Silicon Power Slim S80 240GB Solid State Drive Review

Introduction Silicon Power has been in the storage business for a long time and I’m glad to finally be able to put one of their drives on the bench and take it for a test run. Today…

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ASUSTOR Announces the Launch of ADM 2.4

After almost 2 months in beta state, ASUSTOR officially released the new ADM 2.4 update. After updating their NAS with the new operating system, users will be able to enjoy improved performance on encrypted shares as…

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Angelbird SSDwrk Now Available as 1TB Version

Angelbird has announced that their great looking SSD wrk and SSD wrk for Mac drives now are available as 1TB versions (SSDWRKM1TB). A couple of months ago when we tested the SSD wrk, we saw that there…

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OS X Yosemite Kills Third-Party SSD Support

The new OS X 10.10 Yosemite was received pretty well upon release, sure it had a few minor hiccups, but overall it was an improvement. But not everything is visible right away, especially not when it’s…

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Angelbird SSD2go Pocket USB 3.0 External Solid State Drive Review

Introduction I recently had the pleasure to review the Angelbirds SSD wrk internal drive that did very well, so I was pretty excited when I got told about the new SSD2go Pocket. An external, On-The-Go Solid…

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Angelbird Introduces SSD wrk for Mac

Angelbird is a highly popular brand among artists and creators of all kings of art. It is also still a fact that many of those artists use Mac systems for their ease-of-use and the functionality they provide…

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NASA’s Mars Rover to Be Reset and Wiped

NASA is preparing to reset and wipe the flash memory in their Mars rover Opportunity. Opportunity is the older of the two rovers cruising around on Mars’ surface and has done so since 2004. With it’s…

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Transcend Announces its Latest M.2 Solid State Disk Series

Transcend has just announced its latest M.2 Solid State Disk lineup featuring a next generation SATA III 6 GB/s MTS, up to 512 GB and ultra compact dimensions. The company states that the latest M.2 SSD…

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ASUS ROG “RAIDR Express” PCIe SSD Officially Launched

We’ve seen the ASUS RAIDR Express SSD as long ago as CES 2013 but it is now finally ready for a consumer release. ASUS’ RAIDR Express has taken so long to get to market because ASUS…

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Computex: ADATA Demonstrate Their XPG S920 Consumer SSDs

ADATA have been exhibiting a lot of SSDs at Computex 2013, we’ve already seen the SX1000 and SX2000 series but now its time to have a quick look at their XPG S920 series SSDs that they…

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Computex: ADATA Reveals 1600GB SSD With SX2000 Enterprise Series

At Computex ADATA revealed an SSD that’d make most PC enthusiasts pretty darn jealous. Their new SX2000 SSD series revealed an absolute gem with a 1600GB model – yes that is 1600GB of SSD storage. This…