Our SSD Reviews

KIOXIA XG8 Gen 4 2TB SSD Review – The Best in OEM Storage

A rather unfortunate and all too common thing we have seen throughout the years is substandard third party components within electronic equipment.  A perfect example might be a storage device in a laptop where, most often, the SSD choice has been poorly thought out by the company.  We have posted a lot of notebook and Ultrabook reviews throughout the years …

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Lexar Professional Diamond CFExpress Card Review

Lexar has recently released their Professional Diamond Series CFExpress Type B Memory Card and they believe this card is the ‘worlds fastest’ CFExpress card to date. Specifications list speeds of 1900MB/s read, 1700MB/s write and 1600MB/s sustained write and, if these numbers pan out, this would be an industry leading storage device.  As much as we appreciate these numbers, we …

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ProGrade Digital 165GB Cobalt CFExpress Type B Card Review

I get asked quite often what I prefer with respect to storage cards in my camera equipment.  I try to stay away from exact brands and move the conversation into what I believe are necessary characteristics of the cards that I will put in my digital equipment.  Three things stand out.   I want storage that has high sustained write speeds …

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Acer CFE100 512GB CFExpress Type B Memory Card Review

To say that CFExpress Type B cards haven’t redefined digital media in the past two years would be an understatement.  Many enjoy their advantages in moving large photo and video files from the card to PC for work in a fraction of the time that it used to take, but more importantly, its what CFExpress B cards do inside the …

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Sabrent Rocket CFX CFExpress Type B Memory Card and Reader Review (512GB/1TB)

Without a doubt, the toughest lesson learned on release of the Canon EOS R5 Mirrorless camera was that of storage and this relatively new thing called sustained write performance.  Countless people purchased these cameras, along with first generation CFExpress Type B cards that had not been approved by Canon.  They quickly learned that features that should be available within their …

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