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Imation 2.5-inch M-class SSD upgrade Kit

11/19/2009, While it’s not all that hard to swap out your current 2.5-inch internal hard disk and replace it with a spanking new SSD, some folks will probably shudder at the idea of swapping out the very item that holds their data. Imation looks like it’s...

OCZ Colossus SSD series

11/18/2009, OCZ aims to be a giant in the SSD arena by unveiling their Colossus 3.5” Solid State Drive (SSD) Series which will cater the performance and storage demands of high-end desktop users and enterprise clients. Available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB...

PhotoFast G-Monster PATA SSD

11/16/2009, PhotoFast might soon make a name for itself with the announcement of their newest 1.8″ PATA SSD (Solid State Drive), which also goes by the moniker the G-Monster 1.8’’ PATA V4 Series. You get a trio of different interfaces with 50 pins...

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...

Intel Promises To Fix Bricked SSD Bug

11/06/2009, SSD’s are nice, but that doesn’t mean they’re immune to problems. Last month Intel released a bugging firmware update tool for its 34nm X25-M SSD. Unfortunately the software was pulled the next day because a number of Windows 7 users...

iMac upgraded with SSD

11/02/2009, Have some time on your hands and want to do something special with your iMac? Check out this hack where the 24″ iMac’s hard drive has been removed, replaced instead with a smaller and much faster SSD to complement the Drobo which is used for...

A-DATA S596 SSD Launched

11/01/2009, A-DATA has launched its 2.5-inch S596 SSD (solid state drive), claiming that it’s the industry’s fastest SSD, boasting 250MB/s read speed and 180MB/s write speed, enabling it to boot a Windows 7 computer in under 20 seconds. There is also a...

Intel updates 34nm X25-M Gen 2 SSD performance

10/26/2009, Intel has made sure that their 34nm X25-M Gen 2 SSD will perform better than ever thanks to the new SSD Toolbox that will include an SSD Optimizer which allows users to monitor and manage the SSD’s health more effectively. Apart from that, the 160GB...

Kingston SSDNow V Series 40GB Boot Drive

10/26/2009, Kingston underlines their flash storage pedigree by revealing the latest device, the SSDNow V Series 40GB Boot Drive. This highly affordable 40GB SSD is meant for your operating system and other key applications to reside on instead of its traditional...

pureSilicon Renegade R2 SSD

10/26/2009, pureSilicon has released its latest SSD in the form of the Renegade R2, where it is one tough puppy by meeting MIL-STD-810F standards while boasting 255 MB/s read performance and 180 MB/s write performance which ought to satisfy even the most hardcore of...

Teradata Blurr concept appliance

10/20/2009, Teradata recently previewed their concept appliance known as Blurr to its partners, where this device will be based on SSD technology that ought to see it hit a whopping 55,000 IOPS (Input/Outputs per Second) per SSD by getting around traditional...

Aviator 312 USB 3.0 External SSD

10/06/2009, Active Media Products has just rolled out a first – the Aviator 312 line of USB 3.0 external solid state drives. These will come in varying capacities of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB, and can support read speeds of as much as 240MBps as well as write speeds...

SaberTooth S3 SSD for Eee PCs

09/22/2009, The Eee PC range of netbooks will now be able to enjoy a speedier SaberTooth S3 SSD which boasts read speeds and write speeds of up to 95MB/sec and 70MB/sec, respectively. They will come in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacities, slotting in nicely into the Eee...

Toshiba mini-SATA SSD

09/21/2009, Toshiba has released its latest SSD for netbooks that conform to the new mini-SATA standard, where the 32nm drives will come in 30GB and 62GB capacities. They’re first off the blocks, so it would be interesting to see the kind of response it gets...