Review Razer Abyssus Essential Review
A rip-off, essentially.
Sinclair's in-house designer remembered fondly.
XPG Spectrix D80 RGB, specifically.
Prices not falling any time soon.
Destroys 3.5 percent of global March NAND output.
SK Hynix seeks to break into the consumer SSD market with its homemade SH910A
We review the brand new Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB, featuring the firm's new 3D V-NAND
We look at Toshiba's new HG6 SSD, the first to implement the company's Advanced 19nm NAND
The M550 SSDs update Crucial's mainstream range and bring improved performance with them.
We test Intel's new flagship drive, the SSD 730, which brings enterprise features to the mainstream.
We look at OCZ's new Vertex 450 256GB, based around the same controller as the Vector and with 20nm NAND.
Can Crucial's latest SSD take the mainstream market crown?
Samsung's latest SSDs are superfast and available in sizes up to 1TB.
New SSD range pushes Samsung's speed advantage further.
We put SanDisk's new SSD through our suite of benchmarks to see how it compares.
Intel is selling its stake in two of its three NAND flash production facilities to partner Micron.
Corsair has announced that it's recalling a specific model of its latest SandForce-based SSD range.
Gigabyte details plans to ship motherboards with on-board mSATA ports.
Seagate plans to buy Samsung's hard drive division and get NAND in return.
The ONFI 3.0 NAND flash standard has been announced, potentially doubling transfer rates.
Faster performance, 25nm NAND chips and a new name.
A-Data has launched its latest SSD range, featuring a Marvell-based SATA 6Gb/sec controller.
With the same X25-M G2 tech, Intel adds a late drop in between its 80GB and 160GB SSDs.
Samsung has announced a trio of new technologies heading for its smartphones.
Without a single whiff of fanfare, Samsung drops new SATA SSDs into Japanese and EU markets.
Intel-Micron Flash Technologies has unveiled new NAND chips based around TLC technology.
Hynix has announced mass production of its latest 64Gb 20nm NAND flash chips for SSDs.
MOSAID has unveiled a prototype HLNAND SSD which it claims holds massive potential performance.
Toshiba has announced the industry's first 128GB embedded NAND flash chip for portable devices.
ADATA has come up with an SSD that also includes a USB 3 port! Nifty!
We get inside Kingston's latest "value" V+ SSD featuring a Toshiba controller and 128GB capacity. Kingston bundles this along with disk cloning software and an external case as part of its "Performance Upgrade Kit". Click in to see more!
COMPUTEX 09: JMicron will launch its new JMF612 controller at Computex. It will apparently fix stuttering and still be fairly cheap.
Toshiba says it's now sampling the world's first 32nm NAND flash memory, which will lead to higher density USB drives.
SandForce has announced its first range of SSDs for enterprise and mobile use, and it has a trick up its sleeve in the form of a neat new controller dubbed Duraclass.
Hagiwara SSD has announced a new range of tiny 1" SSD drives which use caching and wear-levelling technologies originally developed for 2.5" units.
The SSD arms race is hotting up, with the latest Samsung NAND flash based drives going toe to toe with Intel's high performance SSDs. We find out how the OCZ Apex 120GB, featuring dual disk controllers and quoted read speeds of 230MB/s write, fares.
Hitachi GST and Intel have announced a partnership to develop high-performance SSDs for the enterprise market, with Serial Attached SCSI and Fibre Channel connectivity.
Seagate has confirmed rumours that, despite CEO Bill Watkins' public scorn of the technology, it is to enter the solid-state device marketplace with products aimed at the enterprise.
Many of us have been looking forward to the hybrid drive - part NAND flash memory, part platter drive. Seagate has finally delivered its offering, aimed at the laptop segment.
COMPUTEX 2007: We catch sight of Intel's Turbo Memory modules for desktop motherboards in the wild, yet they won't be available to buy.
IDF SPRING 2007: Phase Change Flash Memory is tipped to replace the currently Solid State favourite (NAND) and be the future of storage. It might even replace DRAM. Details inside live from Beijing.