Hitachi's flagship desktop external drive is showcased today. With USB 3.0, backup and cloud backup standard, the Desk Pro has a lot of features.
Hitachi has their own line of high speed, stylish mobile storage products as well. We begin by checking out their 2.5-inch Mobile version using USB 3.0 connectivity.
Hitachi's MAC inspired G-Technology brand has a pair of new external drives on the market. We've already looked at the Mobile and now it's time to check out the slim.
Just over a year later, we check out the brand new Crucial M4 drives against the older C300 drives in RAID 0.
Hitachi's MAC inspired G-Technology brand has some new USB 2.0 and FireWire 800 products on the market. Today Chris looks at the G-DRIVE Mobile.
Fitting in between the Pyro and Wildfire, the Pyro SE balances performance, longevity and cost like a Globetrotter with a basketball.
We flex the 10GbE option to see just how fast the new Thecus N8900 is!
1TB in a 2.5" form factor small enough to fit in your notebook - The Scorpio offers large capacity on the go.
Indilinx is back, this time with a SATA III controller and now under the OCZ umbrella.
We keep hearing about how the Cloud will do this and it will do that - so on and so on. Let's ignore future tense and see what it does right now!
Several of these high speed SATA II drives have been located and are now priced at less than $1 per GB thanks to an exclusive deal with MDD & TweakTown!
SanDisk uses force powers and releases a SSD for legacy users and those on a budget.
The most under rated SandForce Driven partner launches their best product ever. If you've yet to purchase a SATA III SSD, you will want to read this review.
OCZ has taken on the challenge to merge SSD access time with mechanical large capacity storage.
Prices have already tripled in some cases and we expect them to triple again.
Chris sits down with LSI's VP, Gary Smerdon to talk about the company's recent acquisition of SandForce - the biggest player in the SSD controller market.
QNAP has updated many of its classic designs with new functions. Take a classic and improve it? - Sounds good to us!
It's been a while since we've look at an incredibly useful desktop dock. They come in USB 3.0 now!
Today Chris takes his first look at a product from Synology. Stop in and see how he likes it.
Better late than never, Silicon Power launches their first SATA III SSD. But can this SandForce SF-2281 drive offer up anything to really stand out?
When it sits in a rack, you know it's for real. Chris takes a look at Thecus' entry level NAS server for rack environments.
Crucial released a performance update for their m4 product line, but is it enough to displace Team SandForce on the mound?
We check out a massive NAS from QNAP that is the TurboNAS TS-1079 Pro. Let's get this 10-Bay behemoth cranking.
Kingston offers up portable wireless storage for your Apple iOS iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices with the Wi-Drive. Is it any good, though? We investigate.
Mushkin brings a rare combination to the table by pairing the SF-2281 with 32nm Toshiba Toggle Flash.
Corsair has a new custom PCB for better signal integrity, but is it enough to make this SandForce drive the one you should buy today?
RAID 6 for less than 150USD and SATA 6G to boot shows that we could well be onto a really good thing here.
Maker of tough stuff, ioSafe now protects your data on the go with the new Rugged Portable.
Areca's latest SATA III SAS card and seven 240GB Corsair Force GT drives - we test pure storage bliss!
Last month we looked at the 240GB HyperX SSD, but now we'll see if the 120GB is just as impressive.
ADATA is now shipping their SandForce SF-2281 based drives. The new S511s are faster than the S501s and bring SATA III performance up to 550MB/s.
With the disaster on the East Coast, it's now time to remind you that data should be kept safe.
With a massive capacity and nearly unlimited performance, the RevoDrive 3 X2 will be a great addition to your workstation.
OWC ups the ante with Toshiba Toggle flash and a higher spec SandForce controller.
Strontium's flagship offering is a familiar product with a reputation for high speed and a low price, but how does it perform under a different flag?
The new kid on the block from Singapore, Strontium has come to show how it's done.
With the Patriot Pyro now available, where does that leave the entry level Torqx 2?
Patriot launches a budget SandForce SF-2281 controlled SSD. Is the Pyro enough to start your fire or does it just crash and burn?
Kingston launches their first SandForce based SSD and dubs it HyperX worthy.
RunCore extends their SF-1200 product lineup with the Pro V Plus, a 25nm flash model.
Another mainstream SandForce SF-2281 powered drive passes through the TT labs for testing. Today Chris takes a look at the new Electra series drives from Other World Computing.
Recently we looked at the budget minded Force 3, but today we have Corsair's flagship offering - the Force GT.
Thecus has updated an award winning 5-bay NAS and given it a new name along with a performance boost to go with it.
Patriot's 2011 USB 3.0 product line-up is expanding. Today Chris looks at the Supersonic Magnum thumb drive with an 8 channel controller.
Corsair's new SandForce controlled Force 3 120GB is currently selling for less than 200 USD, but is it a proper next generation SandForce?
Patriot is the first to get us a matched pair of SandForce SF-2281 controlled drives. Let's spark a flame and see how fast this Wildfire spreads.
Do you often copy data from CF and SD cards and have a new computer which comes with USB 3.0 ports? You may want to invest a little and see big speed improvements over your old USB 2.0 card reader.
So far it's been like batting practice at the trade shows, but now the rest of the team takes to the field.
The Crucial m4 128GB hasn't been talked about much in the media, but Chris thinks it's one of the best valued choices in the SSD market.
On the surface the OCZ Agility 3 has everything you want in an SSD, but a deeper look reveals a darker side.
Sharkoon's 2011 USB 3.0 product line-up is expanding. Today Chris looks at the Flexi-Drive Extreme Duo USB 3.0 thumb drive in 16GB form.
Mach Xtreme is updating their USB 3.0 Thumb Drive Product line up. Today Chris shows us the GX.
No, today's review isn't a throwback to 2010. The SF-1200 still has life, only now with a nicer price.
Max what? I thought Vertex 3 was the big dog? - Chris sets us straight about OCZ's new flagship SSD.
Our first 240GB Vertex 3 in-house was a pre-production unit with early firmware that left it slower than the 120 model we looked at later. We now have the retail 240 in and are even more impressed.
Products using the mSATA standard are already here, but more are on the way. The standard is even going to hit desktops in the next few weeks.
It seems OCZ's latest drives take on a form factor all their own.
With so much competition at the high end, Patriot looks to take market share in the mainstream with a Phison SATA 3G SSD.
ineo has amazed us with their quality products and low price points. Did they just deliver a consumer friendly NAS with a consumer friendly price?
Things are looking really good for OWC and their Mercury Extreme Pro 6G. Chris tests the new 240GB model today, but does it perform as well as the 120GB?
With a master's degree in digital data, Plextor sets their sights on a solid future.
With drives on e-tail warehouse shelves, it's finally time to take a look at the full retail OCZ Vertex 3 120GB.
Chris plays a game of connect the dots while speculating all the way to the big picture.
Corsair has something special with the Performance 3, but how does the advanced wear leveling handle RAID?
WDC is making waves on all fronts. Today Chris looks at their new portable USB 3.0 HDD that makes taking your data with you even easier.
OWC has moved from the one hit wonder category with their sophomore debut. Can they make it to double platinum status?
Western Digital has several new products coming to market. The My Book 3.0 is an update to an old classic, just now with more capacity and USB 3.0 speed.
Thermaltake has the fastest USB 3.0 enclosure we've ever tested - one of the first to break 200MB/s!
Thecus gives the N4200 the PRO treatment. With such a good base to start with, how could Thecus have improved upon such a good NAS? We will show you today.
After a month of testing and fine tuning, we are ready to explain the new SSD test used exclusively in our SSD reviews hereon.
Desktop level performance for your notebook. You can add to that desktop capacity too. WD is onto something here.
MemoRight has entered the SandForce SSD fray with the FTM-25 Series. Chris gives us a look under the hood.
The wait is over - the drive is in the lab and we have the numbers for a direct head-to-head with the Vertex 3 and Performance 3.
The Corsair Performance 3 uses the new Marvell Van Gogh Controller with SATA 6G speeds.
The most innovative SSD to come out of 2010 is here, and it is sure to be a hit with 1U server users, if you qualify to buy it.
Kingston has a strong track record of delivering solid performance with exceptional value with their value class products. Does the V100 continue that tradition?
Kingston is making big moves in the SSD market in 2011. Today Chris shows us their current V+100 drive.
Apacer delivers one of the best SandForce SF-1200 packages we've seen to date, but does its performance compete with the competition?
SandForce has just released details of their two new consumer controllers - the SF-2100 and SF-2200. Chris shares these details with us in perspective.
You can't buy it until April, but after this read you'll surely dream about the new Vertex 3!
The wait is finally over and the new 2011 SATA 6G SSDs are starting to show up. Suit up, strap in and hold on tight.
Mach Xtreme is new to the Storage Arena here at TweakTown, but Chris found the new MX-FX to be the best yet.
Patriot's 2011 USB 3.0 product line-up is starting to emerge. Today Chris looks at the Supersonic USB 3.0 thumb drive.
USB 3.0 is quickly taking over the portable storage market and Super Talent is leading the way with their low cost offerings.
Putting our 24 Crucial RealSSD C300s to good use once again, Chris fires them up off LSI's SSD optimized 9280-24i4e RAID controller.
With one 24-drive RAID array under our belt, we decided to test a few more large capacity RAID controllers with the RealSSD C300s.
Zalman jumps on the SSD bandwagon and partners with SandForce for their highest performing offering.
The Constellation.2 is back, this time with a SAS interface and three drives for a full on RAID Report.
Seagate designs small and delivers big with the new Constellation.2 Series of drives that deliver up to 1TB of capacity in a 2.5" form factor.
Marvell, SandForce, Intel, Toshiba and Indilinx are ready for 2011 with high-speed SSDs running at speeds of up to 550MB/s.
Chris is back with another RAID Report. This time a pair of Corsair F90 SSDs are together in RAID 0 and burning up the benchmark charts.
Corsair ducks under the 200 USD price point with a very fast SandForce SSD.
Lite-On break the speed barrier with the iHAS524 and we take the time to see if this is a drive you should have in your system.
Chris is calling it the fastest NAS server he has ever tested, and with QNAP's ongoing software development could the TS-659 Pro+ be the best NAS ever?