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Kingston SSDNow UV400 SSD Review (480GB)

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Today we are going to look into the performance of yet another entry level SSD. This trend, to offer entry level products, is very strong now and since TLC NAND is readily available, almost every manufacturer out has one of these cost effect drives in their portfolio. While these SSDs aren’t the top performing devices enthusiasts love, they offer significantly better …

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ADATA Announces New Lineup of External Solid State Drives

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ADATA Technology, a leading producer of NAND Flash devices and performance DRAM modules, is announcing three new external solid state drives (SSDs), designated as the SE730, SC660 and SV620.  The SE730 represents the most compact USB Type-C connected external SSD on the market, and the SC660 and SV620 are priced as more affordable external storage options.  All three are compatible …

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Samsung 850 EVO SSD Review (4TB) – Bigger than Ever!!!

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Samsung is a force to be reckoned with in the SSD market. With such a large share, they are the biggest player there is. This allows them to push the boundaries of what products they can deliver and when. In today’s case, Samsung has just released another update to their 850 EVO line, this time it is huge. First launched in late 2014, …

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Micron 9100 MAX Enterprise NVMe SSD Review (2.4TB)

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It has been quite some time since Micron has released a new PCIe SSD into its product portfolio. With the many new NVMe products being released in the market, it was about time Micron caught up, and not only did they catch up, their latest drives look to be some of the best out.  First announced back in April, Micron showed us …

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Samsung EVO Plus microSDXC UHS-I Card Review (256GB) – So Much V-NAND!

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Released earlier last year, the Samsung EVO Plus line of microSD cards has been quite a success. In light of this, Samsung has decided to continue momentum and push boundaries by expanding the capacity availability. Today, Samsung has released the world’s largest microSD card, and in order to do so, they have integrated their latest 48-layer TLC V-NAND into it! At 256GB, it is more …

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Toshiba HK4R Enterprise SSD Review (1920GB)

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SATA SSDs are all the rage in data centers. Unlike their PCIe bothers, these SATA SSDs don’t often need to have high endurance figures and lightning fast IOPS performance. Instead, they typically just need to be cheap, reliable, and what is becoming more important lately, high capacity. With 1-3 DWPD ratings, they are the perfect medium for read intensive applications in web and …

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SSD of the Week – PNY CS2211 XLR8

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With summer comes more time to play games for many and today we wanted to bring back to light a high quality SATA SSD for our readers who want that extra edge when playing. The CS2211 is manufactured by PNY and is part of their XLR8 line, aka, their top performing gamer/enthusiast class products. With that name comes the expectation of …

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Mangstor Introduces P2P capabilities and 5.4TB model to MX-Series NVMe SSDs

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Mangstor Inc., a leading developer of high performance next generation non-volatile memory storage solutions, today announced that its MX-Series family of NVMe-based PCIe SSDs now features higher capacity 5.4TB models as well as Peer-to-Peer (P2P) capabilities. The increase in capacity enables customers to apply Mangstor’s leading performance to even larger problem sets and the P2P capability provides low latency access …

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