OCZ takes it to the next level with a new 3.5" form factor SandForce SSD designed to be the ultimate desktop SSD.
Seagate has a popular NAS server line to go with their expanded retail product list. Chris takes a look to see what the BlackArmor has to offer.
Chris takes a stab at the Quick Review format and turns us onto a small 2.5" form factor USB 3.0 Drive Enclosure.
Featuring eSATA, USB 2.0 and two HDD docking ports, the Duet offers everything a desktop HDD dock should, but in pairs.
SandForce SF-1500 finally gets SAS connectivity. Will SAS improve data transfer speed, or just increase the IOPS count?
We're back with another HDD Docking Station, this time from the company that started it all. The latest BlacX is both USB 3.0 and SATA 6G compatible!
Kingston prepares to take portable storage to the next level by mixing SSD speed with USB 3.0 connectivity.
Intel mixes flash to match other SSD manufacturer's capacity, but is it too late for Postville to compete with SandForce or is the new 120GB X25-M the perfect holiday SSD?
ioSafe is back with two new disaster proof models. One features USB 3.0 and the other eSATA. Today we look at the new SoloPRO eSATA and see exactly what disaster proof really is.
We love uber impressive performance. We love pushing standards. Today we do that by putting SATA3 to the test with four Crucial C300 256GB SSDs and an Areca ARC-1880i controller. Rock on!
Backing up; we know we should do it, but sometimes we simply forget or just can't be bothered. Let's check out a device from Clickfree which should make the process a little easier.
SDHC is now the standard for nearly all consumer devices. Chris takes a look at the new Class 10 standard and explains what the classes mean.
USB 3.0 is gaining market acceptance and becoming a mainstream accepted standard. Now that you have it, it's time to do something with it.
With only a handful of 7mm drives on the market, Hitachi aims high and low. Today we look at the budget end of the market with the 5,400 RPM Z5K320.
OCZ doubles down with four SandForce controllers and 240GB of flash memory all wrapped up in a convenient PCIe card that rocked our test bench.
Desktop docks are very useful if you have a few spare drives sitting around. Today we look at the new kid on the block.
Hitachi releases the world's first 5th generation 2.5" 7,200 RPM HDD which we hope will prove itself to be a viable means to improve your notebook's storage subsystem on the cheap.
With so many to choose from, who knows what to buy? Today we look at several thumb drives and help you make an informed decision.
OCZ just made owning a SandForce SSD easier. Chris takes a look at the first app for SandForce SSDs.
Breaking the 2.19TB capacity limit is a tricky task, but Western Digital found a way to make it happen.
USB 3.0 might be the future, but Patriot has a quad channel USB 2.0 drive now that is very fast.