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Intel SSD 330 Series Announced

04/16/2012, Intel has just announced its Intel SSD 330 Series, a line of SSD (solid state drives) aimed at those who seek a good performance/price ratio. Drives will be produced with capacities of 60GB ($89), 120GB ($149) and 180GB ($234). It is no secret that solid...

Intel SSD 910 is PCI-based and impressive

04/12/2012, The Intel SSD 910 is a solid-state drive that connects to the PCIe port instead of the regular hard drive SATA port. The benefit is immediate and quite spectacular: PCI offers higher bandwidth than SATA, and the next-generation PCIe will take things to...

Intel SSD 520 Series Review

02/06/2012, Intel has just announced its Intel SSD 520 Series based on a 25nm manufacturing process, and this new series targets the high-end enthusiast market. As it stands, this is the absolute best that Intel has to offer in the non-Enterprise space. We had the...

Super Talent Storage POD Mini SSD

12/20/2011, The world of SSD is a strangely unexciting one, except perhaps to enthusiasts and those who love building computers from scratch, and here is another SSD option for you to consider if you are about to construct a new rig for Christmas – the...

Monster Digital to unveil LeMans series of SSDs at CES 2012

12/19/2011, Monster Digital, the company known for their memory cards, may be taking their business in a new direction and capitalizing on the SSD trend with the release of the LeMans line of high performance drives, which the company claims will be “SandForce...

Kingston predicts rise in SSD adoption in 2012

11/25/2011, Users of Apple’s MacBook Air can appreciate how fast it takes to boot up the laptop. In fact most, if not all, SSD (Solid State Drive) owners can probably attest to just how speedy it is but unfortunately due to its high costs and limited capacity, the...

Plextor M3S SSD comes with 5-year warranty

11/18/2011, Hmmm, SSDs these days tend to follow cars where warranties are concerned – we’re looking at a good 5 years here with Plextor’s latest release, their 2.5″ SSD known as the Plextor M3S. This particular model will most probably appeal...

Apple patent reveals new MacBook battery and SSD configurations

11/14/2011, Apple has patented many inventions and innovations in the past, some practical and some bordering on something you would expect from a sci-fi novel, but a recent publishing of Apple’s patents for their MacBook series of laptops might suggest that these...

Purchase a new Samsung SSD, get Batman: Arkham City for free

10/27/2011, Now here is an interesting deal that would certainly help you sit up and take notice compared to the numerous Groupon offers that are in your inbox – it seems as though the folks over at Samsung really love the caped crusader, so much so that those...

OCZ Octane announces “world’s first” 1TB SSD

10/20/2011, One of the reasons why the MacBook Air is popular, apart from its slim profile and looks, would be the SSD that it uses that allows for a speedy boot, read and write time. Unfortunately while we’d all love to sport SSDs in our computers, their limited...

Plextor announces limited edition M2P SSD

10/13/2011, If speed is what you’re looking for in a hard disk, you would know that Solid State Drives (SSDs) are your best bet, especially if cost isn’t a problem to you. Well, Plextor has just announced the launch of its M2P SSD – a drive that is...

Acer Aspire S3 available 16th October for $900

10/10/2011, Interested in getting your hands on the Acer Aspire S3? If you are, the good news is that the ultrabook is close to being released and you should be able to get your hands on the device come 16th of October. For those interested or who may have forgotten...

Super Talent USB 3.0 Storage POD Enclosure

09/30/2011, With USB 3.0 promising faster transfer rates, we’re sure that there are many users out there who would love to get their hands on a USB 3.0 external hard drive, but the good news is that instead of spending $80-$100 on a new USB 3.0 external hard drive,...

Apple develops hybrid drive system

09/29/2011, It seems that Apple is currently developing their very own hybrid drive system that intends to merge the best of both worlds – we’re talking about traditional platter-based and flash storage. Apple’s patent that was recently published by...