After months of preparation, Chris is now ready to explore NAS servers and begins with a ripe offering from Thecus.
Patriot Memory takes its Xporter Magnum series of flash drives to a new level with a whopping 64GB capacity.
Intel certainly know how to make awesome CPUs and now they prove to carry their expertise across to the SSD market, too.
IN WIN hits up the HDD caddie market for the first time with an interestingly styled 3.5" caddie to help it stand out.
Their baaaack. Chaintech has a new partner along with a new look and is now ready for a new market.
G.Skill goes MLC and gives other SSD makers trouble. See the new price leader inside.
USB carry-around storage never looked so good. Chris spends some time with a neat 2.5" enclosure from Tt.
Patriot Warps ahead with their V2 Warp SSD, sending Chris into outer space.
G.Skill sends their latest SLC based retail SSD offering to Chris for a round of testing.
Crucial sends their latest SLC based retail SSD offering to Chris for a round of testing.
SSDs might be the next big thing, but Western Digital has the notebook drive for today.
For the user wanting reliable server storage, SAS has it all. Today we look at an affordable SAS controller for desktop.
HighPoint has been in the storage controller market for over five years. Today we test their RocketRAID 3120.
From the fast and furious to your grand daughters dream come true, we test enough flash drives for you.
Chris looks at WDs My Book Mirror Edition external storage unit, capable of running in RAID 0 or 1 via its two 1TB HDDs.
Chris tests three generations of Raptors including the latest VelociRaptor in both single and RAID 0 modes.
Finally, we have a BlacX to get excited about; the eSATA version is here. Let's see how she performs.
Shane steps away from testing graphics cards and takes the time to look at a fancy looking HDD caddie from VOX.
Production is going up and prices are going down; how long till you get solid?
With a massive roundup in the works, Chris takes the Super Talent Pico-C and puts it head-to-head with pre-gen leaders.
The next evolution in SSDs has little to do with performance; Super Talent steers towards affordability.