ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe SSD Review

If we look back at the last few months of SSD progression, it becomes rather evident that there is just a bit of a fist fight between competing SSD controller manufacturers, SMI and Phison.  SMI has maintained a solid footprint in the industry for the last few years but most recently, Phison released its 5012-E12 controller which has gained quite …

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PNY Pro Elite 512GB MicroSD Card Review – Bigger and Faster

A few weeks back we reported on one of our first high capacity MicroSD cards, the PNY Elite 512GB MicroSD.  We couldn’t say enough about the fact that we are now seeing high capacity storage in smaller devices such as smartphones, surveillance cameras, drones, along with so many other compact devices enjoying the opportunity to enjoy longer operating scenarios before …

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OWC Drive Dock USB-C Review

OWC has been in the storage game for some time and our first review of their first SSD goes back some 9 years now.  Throughout the years, they have primarily gained success with Mac add-ons or replacement items, such as SSDs, but we have always been the first to say that OWC is just as valuable as a PC resource.  …

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Micron Announces the c200 – World’s First 1TB MicroSD Card

Micron is announcing the c200 1TB microSDXC UHS-I card, representing the world’s highest-capacity microSD card, and offering 1TB of high-performance removable storage.    The c200 features Micro’s advanced 96-layer 3D qual-level cell (QLC) NAND.  The c200 provides cost-effective storage for 4K videos, games and pictures on users’ mobile phones and other mobile electronic devices. Engineered for high-performance mobile applications, the c200 …

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MyDigitalSSD M2X Type-C External M.2 SSD Enclosure Review

Not to often that we have to eat crow (figuratively speaking) but our review today is just that.  A few months ago, we reviewed the JMicron Type-C NVMe M.2 SSD to USB 3.1 Gen 2 adapter and quoted it as being ‘not quite ready for prime time.’  Simply, I was wrong.  As a reviewer, we sometimes get caught up in …

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