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ZIF SSD upgrade kits from Active Media Products

08/08/2011, Active Media Products has just introduced its ZIF SSD upgrade kits for those who want to upgrade their notebook without having to purchase an entirely new model. This particular upgrade kit will play nice not only with the MacBook Air, but with other...

OWC Mercury Aura Pro Express Solid State Drive debuts

05/05/2011, Other World Computing has just rolled out a whole lot of upgrades and updates for the 2010 MacBook Air series, debuting their very own OWC Mercury Aura Pro Express Solid State Drive as well. This new addition to the lineup will be able to offer up to four...

Super Talent DuraDrive ET2/ZT2 solid state drive

12/20/2010, Super Talent’s pretty much a byword these days when it comes to the world of solid state drives (SSDs), and the second generation DuraDrive ET2/ZT2 SSDs are slated to be another winner from their stable of offerings. While capable of delivering...

Intel 25nm SSD could offer superior lifespan

10/06/2010, There is one thing about archives of digital data that bugs us – there are moments where you will need to make a transition from one format to another, since nothing lasts forever. With film for example, all you need is to store away your precious...

Super Talent offers UltraDrive MX SSD

07/28/2010, Solid state drives are getting more and more commonplace be they internal or external, and the latest from Super Talent would be the UltraDrive MX that features a new dual-interface, catering for both SATA II and mini-USB connections. This lets you use...

SanDisk proudly shows off new SSDs at Computex

06/01/2010, Computex is huge in Asia, so it is no surprise to see all the big companies make a beeline to unveil new products and go ahead with new product announcements. SanDisk is one of them, where they paraded their latest range of solid state drives, with the...

RunCore Kylin II SSD drive uses SandForce-based controller

05/10/2010, The Kylin II SSD drive from RunCore will rely on the popular SandForce-based controller that also comes with Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interface, where you can choose from either 2.5″ or 3.5″ form factors to suit your everyday computing...

G.Skill International Phoenix SATA II 2.5-inch SSD

05/07/2010, G.Skill International has a spanking new Phoenix SATA II 2.5-inch SSD for the mass market, where you can choose from some rather strange denominations when it comes to total amount of storage space – we’re talking about 50GB, 100GB or 200GB...

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive

05/04/2010, At first glance, the OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive looks pretty delectable, although upon closer inspection, you might feel that this looks more like a render than an actual product shot. We don’t blame you if you feel that way, considering the mass...

1TB SSD to be as small as a postage stamp

02/11/2010, Trust the Japanese to come up with ever smaller devices, thanks to the wonders of miniaturization. It seems as though a team of Japanese researchers are currently working on a new kind of technology which is able to shrink the size of SSDs more than 90%...

Viking enters SSD fray

01/22/2010, Viking isn’t some Scandinavian company that makes rock solid vehicles, but is most famous for their range of removable flash storage including CompactFlash and SD memory cards. In a move that sees them diversifying their portfolio, the company has...

Active SaberTooth S4 SATA Mini PCIe SSD

11/09/2009, Want to upgrade the performance of your Eee PC by a notch? The Active SaberTooth S4 SATA Mini PCIe SSD ought to do the trick, where it can hit sequential read speeds of up to 130MB/s. This ought to give your Eee PC a noticeable performance boost, and...

Super Talent MasterDrive SX SSD

06/18/2009, Super Talent has just rolled out its MasterDrive SX SSD range that will come in three capacities – 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. All three were specially designed for speed, and will boast an unusually large 128MB of cache, alongside an 8-channel...