STORAGE

January 5th, 2014

Corsair Force LS 240GB SSD Review

Corsair’s Force LS 240GB is a mid-tier drive with hopes of competing with higher end models by using the little known yet powerful Phison PS3108 controller.


December 3rd, 2013

Western Digital RED 4TB Hard Drive Review

Western Digital’s $199 RED 4TB is aimed directly at NAS environments but it can actually sub in as a perfectly capable desktop drive too, despite a speed of just 5400RPM.


November 25th, 2013

Western Digital Black² 1TB Dual Drive Review

Western Digital is finally jumping on the hybrid drive bandwagon.  Their new Black² 1TB combines a 1TB hard drive alongside a dedicated 120GB SSD which gives users the best of both worlds.


November 16th, 2013

Seagate Desktop SSHD 2TB Review

Combining the performance of an SSD with the capacity of a traditional hard drive may be nothing new but Seagate’s SSHD 2TB is the first to bring this combination to the desktop market.


November 14th, 2013

Kingston SSDNow E50 240GB SSD Review

Kingston’s new SSDNow E50 is one of the few drives available that narrowly targets read-centric environments.  Because of this, it works perfectly for file servers and virtual machines, it doesn’t get any better.


November 11th, 2013

OCZ Vector 150 240GB SSD Review

OCZ’s Vector 150 aims to capitalize upon the successes of its predecessor by creating a new niche that effectively combines the best of enthusiast-level performance with workstation longevity.


August 22nd, 2013

Seagate 600 Pro 400GB SSD Review

After sitting on the sidelines as the SSD revolution progressed, Seagate is finally jumping head first into the solid state Enterprise market with their new 600 Pro 400GB.


August 12th, 2013

Western Digital Blue Slim 1TB Review

With Ultrabooks gaining popularity, Western Digital’s new 5400RPM Blue Slim aims to offer a solution that is both compact (it’s only 7mm thick) while still retaining a massive 1TB of capacity.


August 6th, 2013

SanDisk Extreme II 240GB SSD Review

SanDisk’s Extreme II 240GB is setting out to follow in its predecessor’s footsteps by offering an enticing combination of a low price and excellent performance.  With 19nm eX2 ABL NAND and a new Marvell Monet controller, it will certainly make a splash.


July 7th, 2013

Western Digital SE 4TB Hard Drive Review (Single & RAID)

Western Digital’s SE 4TTB is a drive which targets entry level enterprise customers who are seeking a scalable, large capacity solution that can easily be expanded should the need arise.