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Sabrent Type-C Dual NVMe SSD Enclosure Review (EC-SSD2)

One of the most active companies with respect to SSDs and flash technology has to be Sabrent.  Not only have they become known to release the biggest and fastest in SSDs well before many of the more mature manufacturers, but also, they spread their wings with external SSDs, Thunderbolt 3, USB 3.2 Gen 2, as well as enclosures for those …

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XPG GAMMIX S70 2TB Gen4 NVMe M.2 SSD Review – As Fast as They Come

Perhaps one of the most admirable traits about ADATA and their gaming brand XPG throughout the years is their willingness to incorporate a wide range of SSD components in their products.  We don’t think that there is another that comes remotely close, most latching on to a certain manufacturer and establishing long lasting partnerships.  Thistrait  is the case with respect …

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KIOXIA Shows Its Wares In an Amazing CES 2021 Virtual Debut

I might be getting a bit old but I miss the introductory handshake or hug of our traditional CES meetings along with the personal nature of one on one conversation.  We have entered a new era that isn’t changing anytime soon and we have no choice but to hang on for the ride and make the best of things right …

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HYPER Hyperdrive Gen2 16 Port Thunderbolt 3 Dock Review

Thunderbolt 3 has been around for some time now and is the preferred choice by so many media professionals. Its data transfer speeds might reach 2.8GB/s but, more importantly, Thunderbolt 3 can be daisy chained and its 40Gbps speeds allow countless different methods of port transfer simultaneously.  Because of this, the concept of external docks allows much more in a …

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TeamGroup T-FORCE CARDEA Ceramic C440 Gen 4 M.2 SSD Review

On our test bench today is the TeamGroup T-FORCE CARDEA Ceramic C440 Gen 4 NVMe M.2 SSD.  This SSD sports an off-white color pattern with gold branding and is a bit different than other SSDs we have tested, in that it contains a ceramic plate heatsink.  This is a bit unusual as, well at least until Sabrent came along with …

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