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OCZ Introduces The Colossus LT 3.5-Inch SSDs

04/12/2010, Those of you shopping around for an SSD to replace your notebook’s aging hard disk should take note that OCZ has just introduced a new model to its 3.5-inch SSD line, the Colossus LT. Said SSD boasts a SATA 3.0Gbps interface, 128MB of cache and...

OCZ Z-Drive R2 Solid State Drive Series enter mass production

04/06/2010, The OCZ Z-Drive R2 Solid State Drive Series (what you see above is its predecessor) has now entered mass production, being the second addition to the original Z-Drive family. It aims to increase the performance ante further by maximizing bandwidth, taking...

Buffalo Announces SHD-NSU2 SSD

03/31/2010, Over in Japan, Buffalo has announced a new series of solid state disks (SSD), the SHD-NSU2, which offers capacities of 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB, and will set you back $160, $230, $440, and $840 respectively. These drives will offer 64MB of DRAM cache,...

TDK SHG2A Half-slim Solid State Drive

03/31/2010, TDK Corporation has unveiled its latest storage solution, the SHG2A half-slim type solid state drive (SSD). The SHG2A is targeted for use in industrial applications, as well as thin client PCs, tablets, smart phones and eBook readers. It offers storage...

Active Media Products SATA DOM drive

03/15/2010, Active Media Products has a brand new SATA DOM (Disk on Module) drive which is capable of offering far superior performance compared to PATA DOMs where embedded computing applications are concerned. This new range supports sequential read and write speeds...

OCZ Onyx SATA II 2.5-inch SSD

03/11/2010, OCZ is back with their new Onyx SATA II 2.5″ SSD which aims to offer you the best bang for your buck, where it relies on multi-level cell (MLC)-based SSDs with 64MB of integrated cache to store your data. Performance-wise, you get data transfer...

Active SaberTooth ZT 1.8-inch 64GB PATA Turbo ZIF SSD

03/08/2010, If you’re looking for a new replacement 1.8-inch drive for your netbook, it’ll be worth your time to take a few minutes to peek at the Active SaberTooth ZT 1.8-inch PATA ZIF SSD, which is available in capacities of 32GB and 64GB. With read...

Corsair Force Series SSDs announced

03/04/2010, Corsair, a well known brand leader when it comes to flash memory is back with the Force Series SSDs that tout outstanding SATA II performance thanks to an innovative SSD processor technology courtesy of SandForce Inc. When used in tandem with MLC flash...

Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue SSD

03/03/2010, Western Digital has introduced its latest Solid State Drive (SSD) in the form of the SiliconEdge Blue SSD, making it the first consumer-oriented SSD from the compaby which boasts speedy read/write speeds and high SSD capacities. You will be able to enjoy...

Plextor Starts To Ship 64GB and 128GB SSDs

03/01/2010, If you’re looking out for a new SSD for your notebook, you’ll be happy to know that Plextor has begun to ship its 64GB (PX-64M1S ) and 128GB (PX-128M1S) SSDs. Both drives will sport Marvell controllers, SATA II interface and also a unique wear...

Corsair ships Reactor and Nova series SSDs

03/01/2010, Corsair has shipped a couple of new solid state drives (SSDs) in the form of the Nova and Reactor series. These 2.5″ SSDs are based on MLC NAND flash memory and rely on the SATA II interface to get its information sent from one place to another....

SanDisk G3 Solid State Drives start shipping

02/23/2010, SanDisk has started to ship its G3 Solid State Drives (SSD) to folks living in North America and Europe, where the G3 is a very reasonable alternative to a 7,200 RPM hard drive, since it offers increased durability and performance with high reliability....

Active Media Products Aviator 2 external USB 3.0 solid state drive

02/19/2010, Active Media Products certainly forges a brand new path with their Aviator 2 external USB 3.0 solid state drive (SSD) which is one of the first few in the market. It comes in case-only, boasting a choice between 64GB and 128GB of storage space while...

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%...