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SuperTalent USB 3.0 Express RC4 64GB Flash Drive Review

Back at ceBIT Germany 2013, SuperTalent was kind enough to provide an exclusive sample of their upcoming RC4 flash drive release and we conducted an impromptu review, discovering decent result for the form factor that it is. We were fortunate to bring that RC4 back to TSSDR and have had the opportunity to conduct a bit more detailed of an …

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The SSD Review SSD Database Is Live!

Have you ever looked for specific SSD information but couldn’t find it? Ever wondered who used such and such a controller or such and such memory?  Ever sought out SSDs by a specific manufacturer,  capacity, or even a specific memory type? By no means are we 100% complete just yet, but we think we might have a great SSD database …

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KingFast F3 Series mSATA 3.0 SSD Review (120GB)

If someone would have suggested that mSATA SSD sales would overtake that of notebook form factor SSDs a few years ago, SSD manufacturers would have told them they were nuts. After all, the typical notebook size SSD could replace any hard drive, yet mSATA SSD use was extremely limited, to say the least.  The ultrabook was just becoming a vision …

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OCZ Vertex 3.20 20nm SSD Review (240GB)

Realignment of priorities with respect to solid state storage at OCZ came as no surprise considering the turbulence of the past two years resulting in Ralph Schmidt’s appointment as the new CEO and the abrupt exit of Ryan Petersen from this part of the world. The unchallenged leader of SSD models is now reducing it’s consumer line to just four …

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SuperTalent RC4 USB 3.0 Flash Drive With MS Windows To Go EXCLUSIVE – ceBIT Germany 2013 Update

Our visit to the SuperTalent booth and one on one with ST Product Marketing Manager Roman Nahal resulted in an unexpected exclusive this week with Roman handing us the very first SuperTalent RC4 Flash Drive outside of engineering hands. Better yet, SuperTalent also had the latest prototype, fresh with Toshiba NAND flash Toggle Mode memory, ready for our return to …

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Kingston 128GB Wi-Drive Review – Wireless Storage Gets Big

External storage has become all the rage these days and it doesn’t seem so far back that we introduced you to the Kingston 64GB Wi-Drive.  In that review, I described the Wi-Drive as being a life saver for its ability to create a much needed bridge between my PC and IOS devices, more specifically my IPAD which had no means …

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