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Buffalo SHD-NHPU2 PATA SSDs For Your Older Notebook

04/15/2010, Folks who are looking for a SSD drive to put into their older notebook don’t have to worry about the lack of a SATA connector on the notebook, as Buffalo has come up with its SHD-NHPU2 PATA SSD. Since it uses the older PATA connector, instead of the...

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...

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....

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%...

Super Talent TeraDrive SSDs

01/22/2010, Super Talent has introduced a new TeraDrive SSD (solid state disk) that was specially designed to cater for high end enterprise and database server applications. Also known as the TeraDrive FT2, this SATA 3Gbps SSD has its roots in the SandForce SF-1500...

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...

Quad SSD Sony Vaio Z Due In March?

01/19/2010, You’ve probably been drooling over the new VAIO Z series laptop when it was mentioned that it would have a quad SSD drive a while ago. Well, now word is going around that the laptop will be hitting Europe in late March, which isn’t all that...

Kingston SSDNow V+ line going cheap

01/13/2010, Just before you turn your back on SSDs for their relatively high price compared to hard drives, allow Kingston to change your mind with a $79.99 price point for the Kingston SSDNow V+ line from this February onwards. While 30GB is not going to make you...

Toshiba Announces Enhanced 32nm Multi Level Cell SSDs

01/11/2010, Toshiba has announced its expanded line-up of NAND-flash based solid state drives (SSDs), which will be based on the company’s 32nm Multi-Level-Cell NAND flash memories. With that it place, it’ll be introducing the industry’s first 128GB...

PS3 Slim with SSDs considered

12/14/2009, The PS3 Slim was released with much fanfare earlier in the year, and we all know it is equipped with a hard drive within, but did you know that Sony’s engineers and designers actually considered using network-only storage or even SSDs for the PS3...

Seagate Introduces Pulsar SSD Range

12/08/2009, Seagate is one of the biggest names in the market when it comes to hard drives, and it looks like the company wants to get serious about SSD technology too. Seagate has announced its first line of 2.5-inch SSD (solid state drives), dubbed Pulsar. The...