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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...

Micron RealSSD C300 is blazing fast

12/02/2009, We all know that SSDs are blazing fast, but Micron’s latest C300 2.5″ SSDs pummel the opposition into a corner, being a whopping 50% faster than the current market leaders, shaming the fastest hard drives as well. Coming in 128GB and 256GB...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Super Talent MasterDrive SX SSD

06/18/2009, Super Talent has just rolled out its MasterDrive SX SSD range that will come in three capacities – 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. All three were specially designed for speed, and will boast an unusually large 128MB of cache, alongside an 8-channel...

OCZ Summit Series 2.5-inch Solid State Drives

05/20/2009, OCZ has released its Summit Series 2.5″ Solid State Drives (SSDs) which was developed to cater to the needs of business professionals, enthusiasts and entry-level enterprise applications. For those who have been hankering after the next evolution of...

Clickfree Traveler External SSD

05/08/2009, Clickfree has released its new external SSD which is no larger than your average sized credit card, although don’t expect it to come in super large capacities that you’re already used to when it comes to hard drives. You can pick up the...