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G-Technology Armorlock Encrypted NVMe 2 TB SSD Review – High Speed Data Security Without The High Price

Over the years, we have been lucky enough to post several great articles that hit data security straight on through encrypted SSDs.  Some might say we have become a go-to encrypted flash resource in fact. Data security is key and data loss worldwide reaches billions annually. It is a skyrocketing trend and, in so many cases, people and businesses are …

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Silicon Power US70 Gen 4×4 1TB NVMe SSD Review

Less than a week ago Canon introduced their newest camera lineup which was highlighted by the Canon EOS mirror-less R5 Digital camera.  To anyone who is familiar with cameras, this may be the release of the decade.  It is a 45 megapixel camera that will shoot video as large as 8K/30 or 4K/120 with RAW.  Myself, I am moving up …

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G-Technology G DRIVE mobile PRO SSD (1TB) Review

We have been reviewing TB3 external devices for some time now and it is great to be so far away from those 500MB/s and lower portable storage device speeds. TB3 has been a gift to media professionals, to say the least.  Up until today, however, there has only been a single device that we have reviewed that has the portability …

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MyDigitalSSD SBX M.2 NVMe SSD Review (128GB/256GB/512GB)

Things have changed a lot since we have started reviewing SSDs. They have gone from the highest priced parts, only few could afford, to something that almost everyone can buy for a reasonable price…depending on how much space you really need that is. We went from SSDs that were barely faster than HDDs to some that are magnitudes faster than …

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Intel SSD 760P M.2 NVMe SSD Review (512GB)

Intel has just expanded their 3D NAND infused product portfolio with the release of three new SSDs, the Intel SSD 760P, Intel SSD Pro 7600P, and the Intel SSD E 6100P. The Intel SSD Pro 7600P and Intel SSD E 6100P are built for business and IoT applications, but the focus of today, for us at least, is the Intel …

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