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New ADATA SP920 SSD Lineup Priced to Change the Game

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I recently help a good friend with their first DIY PC build on a budget. To keep a long story short, it was the first time in nearly 4 years I loaded a AAA title from a mechanical HDD and the load time was painful. I did not realize I had been so spoiled until now. Obviously, the solution to …

Kingston Technology E50 Enterprise 240GB SSD Reviewed

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There are two markets utilizing SSDs; regular and enterprise consumers. Desktop users expect SSDs to last at least the same, if not longer, than platter based drives. On the other hand, when it comes to wear leveling, reliability, and performance, enterprise pros expect more including a certain level of security. For these reasons, enterprise solid state drives tend to cost …

New OCZ Warranty Policy Covers SSDs (But Nothing Else)

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Now that OCZ has arisen from the dead, thanks to the resurrection powers of Toshiba, many people are wondering what will become of the product warranties on all the OCZ products that they already have. This applies equally to the brand new Vertex SSD announcements, as well as legacy products you may already have in your system.

Well, OCZ is …

OCZ Not Dead or in the Red; Announces New Vertex SSD Instead

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It would appear that OCZ has arisen from the crypt (thanks to its new overlords at Toshiba), dusted off its suit, and decided to carry on as normal. They just announced the newest addition to their Vertex line of SSDs.

The Vertex 460 series enters into the mainstream SSD market with a SATA3 connection and capacities of 120GB, 240GB, and …

The Mushkin Atom Disintegrates USB 3.0 Flash Drive Bulk

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When you really need storage space or need universal transportation for it via SneakerNet, you reach for your tried and true USB flash drive. And if you want to get it off the drive fast, you put it on one of your normally larger USB 3.0 drives. But this isn’t always the best option for tablet use as the large …