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Lexar USB 3.0 Portable SSD (256GB) Review

You may recall that while we were in attendance at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show we met with Micron and Lexar to have a meet and greet with their latest products, one of which is the hardware we have on hand today, the Lexar USB 3.0 Portable SSD. FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS The purpose of this small and portable SSD is just that, …

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Kingston SDXC UHS-1 Memory Card (256GB) Review

St. Patrick’s Day may have come and gone, but it’s quite possible you could have some everlasting memories that you’ll never forget … even if you wanted to! Thanks to the ever great technological field of storage, we are consistently seeing strides and bounds made in upping the last feat, especially when it comes to storage capacity. With the help …

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Crucial BX100 SSD Review (500GB/1TB) – True Value Defined

Crucial’s newest BX100 SATA 3 SSD aims to be one of the cheapest SSD lines in the current entry-level marketplace. Entering the SSD business way back in 2009, Crucial  has really started to hone in on the larger consumer base of SSD’s starting with the M550, the MX100, and now the BX100 series.  The introduction of the new BX100 seems …

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Lexar JumpDrive P10 (32 GB) Review – A Luxury Flash Drive!

 Flashdrives have come a long way in the tech industry, many today having great capacity coupled with low prices. Recently we looked at Silicon Power’s Marvel M70 USB 3.0 Flash Drive, which had incredible capacity at an amazing low price. Today, we make the switch to speed and are looking no further than the Lexar JumpDrive P10. To start, the …

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Kingston SM2280S3 M.2 SATA SSD Review (240GB)

The introduction of the SM2280S3 M.2 SSD last June marked Kingston Technology’s first entry to the M.2 SSD arena.  For those new to M.2 SSDs, M.2 marks the standardization of smaller form factor SSDs to sizes smaller than what we have seen in mSATA.  M.2 accommodates both SATA and PCIe performance, while at the same time offering capacities as high …

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Intel SSD DC P3700 Enthusiast Report (800GB)

A few days ago, we released our review of the Intel SSD DC P3700 NVMe SSD.  This new entry to the enterprise market brought in just under 500K IOPS in a single PCB and single controller design package, a design not needing the traditional RAID solution to achieve performance above 2.5GB/s.  As much attention as it gained from the enterprise …

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ADATA Premier Pro SDXC UHS-1 U3 Card Review (128GB)

Higher quality media requires greater data rates to capture it. This means that storage requirements call for greater speed and capacity. The newest DSLRs are able to take high speed continuous bursts at 20 megapixels+ per image, resulting in 20-50MB per RAW image taken. To record 4K video, cameras typically eat up around 20-30MB/s per second minimum! With data rates …

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ADATA XPG SDXC UHS-1 U3 Card Review (64GB)

With all the new Ultra HD (4K2K) video cameras coming out to the market such as the Canon 1-D C and Panasonic Lumix GH4,  media professionals need faster writing and larger capacity memory cards. While normal UHS-I U1 and Class 10 cards are fine for normal 1080p HD video recording, a minimum write speed of 10MB/s doesn’t cut it for …

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