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TSSDR Affiliate Reviews for February 26, 2014

Competition and challenge two words that I believe encourage strength. Competition – can be individual or team related, the same as a challenge. You can challenge yourself to be the best you can be by competing against others or for your personal best. Which ever word you choose to use, keep challenging yourself, keep growing. HIGHLIGHT REVIEW SAMSUNG UN60F8000 60″ …

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The SSD Review Affiliate Posts for February 8, 2014

Olympics are underway and Canada is off to a pretty good start, currently tied in second with the Netherlands. Showcasing the best athletes in the world, the Olympics is the ultimate platform.  It reminds me of what we try to accomplish here in our Affiliate Posts.  We pull together reviews and allow you to judge which ones are best for …

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CES 2014 SSD RoundUp and a Look at The Year Ahead

Having had a few days to sit back and reflect on this year’s CES experience, I would have to say that it was totally unexpected.  Certainly the number of companies showing off solid state devices has dropped significantly, but of those that remained, some very exciting prototypes were front and center.  If I were to look ahead just a bit, …

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LaCie Little Big Disk ThunderBolt 2 Achieves Wicked Speed With 2 x XP941 PCIe M.2 SSDs in RAID 0 – Pepcom Las Vegas 2014 Update

La Cie, a recent acquisition of our friends at Seagate, pulled off what just might be the storage highlight of CES this evening at Pepcom Las Vegas 2014.  Using, not one but, two Samsung XP941 PCIe M.2 SSDs in a RAID 0 format, they were able to achieve well over 1GB/s using their new Little Big Disk ThunderBolt 2 External …

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Industry Analyst TrendForce Sees PCIe SSDs and TLC SSDs Gaining Major Traction In 2014 PC SSD Market

There are two significant trends that will gain traction in the 2014 SSD market, says industry analyst TrendForce’s DRAMeXchange research division.  They are predicting that SATA III will be replaced by PCIe G2 (Generation 2.0) as the mainstream storage option in the high-end SSD market.  DRAMeXchange is also predicting that SATA III TLC SSDs will have a much bigger impact …

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