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OCZ introduces TLC NAND in new budget Trion T100 SSD

Solid State Drives have long been the big "next thing" in storage technology, promising incredible leaps in performance, power consumption, and overall daily drive. Without any moving parts and advancements in technology, SSDs have largely delivered, becoming staples for many…

HGST's Ultrastar SN100 PCIe SSD is 3000 MB/s fast

HGST has started shipping their Ultrastar SN100 Series, which is a range of NVM Express solid state drives that packs extremely fast read and write speeds over their four lane PCI Express 3.0 interface. Like many PCIe drives, these SSDs are destined…

Crucial MX200 1TB & BX100 500GB SSD Review: Replacing the venerable MX100

Crucial SSDs have been among the most reliable and best performing on the market, with last year's MX100 being their greatest hit. Its successor, the MX200 arrived only six months later and along with it Crucial also introduced the even more affordable BX100 series and a new SSD toolbox software. On today's menu is the beefy 1TB MX200 ($470) along with the 500GB BX100 ($190).

Samsung 850 Evo M.2 & mSATA Review: V-NAND comes to more form factors

Equipped with 3D TLC NAND, Samsung's 'V-NAND'-based 850 Evo series released last December, stacks layer upon layer of transistors, improving density, endurance and performance, while lowering production costs. Today we have two similarly new drives that focus on different form factors. The 850 Evo mSATA will appeal to compact PC users, while the M.2 will be more sought after by power users.

Neowin: VisionTek USB Pocket SSD 120GB Review

VisionTek might have been more well known for their graphic cards and memory products over the past few years, but recently they have been making more and more headway into solid state storage options.

Kingston launches zippy HyperX Predator PCIe SSD

Kingston’s HyperX division has announced its fastest solid state drive to date. The HyperX Predator PCIe SSD is available in your choice of 240GB or 480GB capacities. Powered by the Marvell 88SS9293 controller, the M.2 form factor drive uses a PCIe…

Samsung T1 Portable SSD Review: A shrunken, USB-powered 850 Evo

Flash-based thumb drives have come a long way, but while a 16GB stick can be purchased with spare change, those who need to move large volumes of data on without spending an arm and a leg have traditionally had to rely on comparatively sluggish USB 3.0 hard drives. Thanks to Samsung, we may finally have an external SSD that delivers blisteringly fast transfers at an affordable price in the form of its new T1 Portable SSD.