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Installing a SSD into a MacBook Pro

05/18/2010, Have a MacBook Pro and wish it could perform faster in terms of data transfer due to the large amounts of media that you tend to shift on that platform? Well, how about throwing in a solid-state drive (SSD) into the equation? Here’s a step-by-step...

Patriot Memory Releases Its Inferno Series Of SSDs

05/17/2010, It seems like there is a manufacturer releasing a new solid state drive (SSD) everyday, and now it’s Patriot Memory’s turn, as the company has introduced its latest line of SSDs – the Inferno. The latest drives are available in...

OWC Unveils 480GB Mercury Extreme Pro 2.5-inch SSD

05/12/2010, Two of the most common reasons why we don’t all use solid state drives (SSD) in our laptops is normally the price or the small capacity. Now Other World Computing (OWC) is hoping to tackle the storage space issue with the unveiling of its 480GB...

Mushkin Introduces Its SandForce SF1200 Based Callisto SSD

05/12/2010, Looks like there’s another player in the solid state drive (SSD) market, as Mushkin has decided to release its Callisto SSD, offering some pretty useful performance figures. As always, when someone mentions a SSD, the subject of performance comes...

RunCore Kylin II SSD drive uses SandForce-based controller

05/10/2010, The Kylin II SSD drive from RunCore will rely on the popular SandForce-based controller that also comes with Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) interface, where you can choose from either 2.5″ or 3.5″ form factors to suit your everyday computing...

G.Skill International Phoenix SATA II 2.5-inch SSD

05/07/2010, G.Skill International has a spanking new Phoenix SATA II 2.5-inch SSD for the mass market, where you can choose from some rather strange denominations when it comes to total amount of storage space – we’re talking about 50GB, 100GB or 200GB...

Crucial RealSSD C300 firmware update causes bricking

05/05/2010, Crucial has rolled out a firmware update for the RealSSD C300, but it seems that the update has caused some cases of bricking – that is, rendering the entire SSD useless, albeit coming back to life later with a caveat – it crawled pretty much...

OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive

05/04/2010, At first glance, the OCZ Enyo USB 3.0 SSD drive looks pretty delectable, although upon closer inspection, you might feel that this looks more like a render than an actual product shot. We don’t blame you if you feel that way, considering the mass...

Super Talent VSSD just announced

04/29/2010, Super Talent has recently announced its latest value-for-money solid state drive (SSD) known as the Super Talent VSSD, where proud new owners of this device will be able to experience a shorter operating system bootup time, speedier faster application...

Buffalo SHD-LVS-BK USB SSD drive

04/15/2010, Hmmm, to see the words “USB” and “SSD” certainly seems strange, what more when they are merged together to form what looks like a USB flash drive. Going by the nigh unpronounceable moniker, the Buffalo SHD-LVS-BK USB SSD, it will...

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...

OCZ reveals Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SSDs

04/12/2010, OCZ has recently unveiled a couple of SSDs this time round with the Vertex 2 and Agility 2, where they will be able to touch a maximum sequential read speeds of 285MB/sec and 275MB/sec for write speed, making both full well capable of performing 4K random...