Posts Tagged: "Solid State Drives"

Segate 600 Pro 400gb

Seagate 600 Pro 400gb Solid State Drive Review

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It took them long enough, but with patience and meticulous care, Seagate has finally taken a serious dive into the well-established solid state storage drive market with the 600 series. We took a good look at the consumer level 600 240gb rendition. It was a fantastic performer that tried with...

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Sapphire EDGE VS8 Mini PC Review

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In the field of smaller diminutive personal computers, consumer choice is increasingly challenged by market saturation. Our options are many; we have all sorts of Home Theater PCs and ways for system builders to craft their own tiny boxes with micro ATX and the newly offered mini-XT motherboards. The later...

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Mushkin Announce World’s First 480GB mSATA SSD

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It’s interesting how a company as accomplished as Mushkin can fly so stealthily under the radar of many of the most hard-nosed storage sleuths. But it’s true when you ask many people about their go-to company for solid state storage drive solutions, Mushkin is not often the first name to...

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive: Drool

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One word comes to mind when I laid eyes on OCZ’s Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive: drool.  Yeah, that’s not really a word; more a feeling.  Queue the Reservoir Dogs soundtrack.  Moving on shall we. So what is the Enyo USB 3.0 Portable Solid State Drive?  Exactly what...

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OCZ’s Colussus 1TB Solid State Drive Gets Priced

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It’s not too often that the computer’s components cost more than the machine, that is until you set out to purchase a 1TB solid state drive.  OCZ’s 1TB Colossus costs a whopping $2,500 and is set to ship sometime in mid August.  It accomplishes maximum read speeds of 250MB/s and...

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Intel Officially Announces Solid State Hard Drives

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Intel made their SSDs, or solid state drives official at the Developer’s Forum in SF today. They’ll come in two form factors, 1.8 and 2.5-inches, and they’ll depend on Multi Level Cell NAND memory. The addition of the SSDs is said to improve system performance since it can access information...