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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...

Netbook SSDs to receive standard connector

09/21/2009, There is nothing quite like standards to keep everyone playing nice, and the SATA International Organization aims to change all that by rolling out a new standard for notebook and netbook manufacturers at the Intel Developer Forum in San Fransisco. The...

OCZ Z-Drive SSD unveiled

09/17/2009, OCZ’s latest PCI-Express Solid State Drive (SSD), the Z-Drive, was specially designed to perform for enterprise computing clients without missing a beat. It is bootable and removes the SATA bottleneck thanks to use of high-speed PCI-Express...

Super-Talent PCIe RaidDrive SSD

09/16/2009, PCI express based SSD storage is becoming fashionable in the high-end. It’s not like the concept is new, but we’ve seen more and more products in this market. The basic idea is to create a pre-configured SSD RAID setup on a PCIe card and make...

Dynamism Viliv S7 UMPC Details

09/12/2009, For those of you who are interested in portable computing, you’ll want to keep an eye out for the S7 from Dynamism. There will be 3 configurations of the S7 available, one with a 60GB hard drive going for $629, another with a 32GB SSD going for $659...

OWC Mercury On-The-Go Pro SSD

09/10/2009, OWC has announced that its latest Mercury On-The-Go Pro SSD models will be released soon, making them the most affordable portable FireWire 800/400 and USB 2.0 bus powered SSDs in the market at the moment. Available in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities,...

Pretec SSD self-destructs data

09/08/2009, Pretec has come up with a new kind of SSD that supposedly self-destructs data within in a speedy and efficient manner, targeting it for military and secret service use. The patented technology used takes all of just 0.1 seconds to erase data within...

OCZ Agility EX Series

08/28/2009, OCZ has released its Agility EX Series of SSDs that ushers in affordable prices for SLC NAND-based SSDs. The Agility EX merges the best of both worlds, bringing together perfomance advantages of SLC NAND technology without having to break the bank. It...

Corsair 256GB Extreme Series SSD

08/25/2009, Corsair has expanded its Extreme Series of SSDs with a new 256GB capacity model, featuring the Indilinx Barefoot controller alongside Samsung MLC NAND flash memory that offers phenomenal read speeds of up to 240MB/s and write speeds up to 170 MB/s. Apart...

Patriot Koi SSDs target Apple Macs

08/17/2009, Patriot has Mac users’ interests at heart with their new line of Koi SSDs. According to Patriot Flash Product Manager Meng Jay, “In designing the Koi, we wanted to bring a product to market that was specifically designed for the performance...

Samsung 256GB FlashSSD

08/13/2009, Samsung’s latest SSD device is the 256GB FlashSSD that will target gamers instead of corporate bigwigs this time round. The FlashSSD is tipped to boast a five-fold improvement in data loading time when placed side by side with traditional hard...

OCZ Solid 2 SATA II Solid State Drive

08/12/2009, OCZ’s latest SSD would be the 2.5″ Solid 2 SATA II, where it will utilize MLC-based NAND flash memory to achieve a balance between performance and price. MLC memory might be a bit of a laggard compared to SLC memory, but they ain’t no...

Garbage collecting technology from OCZ

08/10/2009, OCZ is already a well known name when it comes to Solid State Drives (SSDs), and this time round they will be working with their old controller partner Indilinx to develop new SSD technology which is capable of not only preserving data integrity, but...

OCZ Colossus 1TB SSD gets price and release date

08/03/2009, OCZ is planning to launch the Colossus 1TB SSD at a price of $2500 in mid August. If you remember, this SSD was shown at Computex. Unlike many SSDs it uses the 3.5″ format and weighs 400g or so. If 1TB seems overkill for you,...