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Storage / Hard Drives News (486)

World's First 6 TB 2.5 in SSD Released by Fixstars

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: May 11, 2015 10:58AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

At this point, everyone seems to know that SSDs provide fast performance while traditional HDDs provide large capacities, and that is just how it works. That distinction is changing somewhat though as Fixstars has released a 6 TB 2.5 in SSD, making it the world's largest of that size.

The Fixstars SSD-6000M is no slouch when it comes to speed as it is still able to reach 540 MB/s reading and 520 MB/s for sequential access. The proprietary SSD controller, also found in the company's SSD-3000M, helps keep its I/O performance for sequential access high for the drive's lifetime, which is useful for applications like video recording, medical imaging, network infrastructure, and more.

Fixstars is now accepting order in the US, which will ship in late July. How much will they cost? You have to contact the company to get a quote, but the 1 TB SSD-1000 M shows as being $990 a unit.

Source: Fixstars



Mushkin Announces Expansion of REACTOR Series and Ghost Recon Phantoms Promotion

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: May 7, 2015 04:45AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Mushkin, an industry-leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance and mission-critical computer products, has officially announced that it is expanding its REACTOR SSD series. Starting on May 11, 2015, the REACTOR product line will offered in 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB capacities, enabling enthusiasts and professionals to experience the best computing experience available. The 1TB version of the Mushkin REACTOR SSD has already been available for some time and has received the AnandTech Recommended and TweakTown Editor’s Choice Award. The Director of Product Management at Mushkin Enhanced MFG, Brian Flood, stated that "At Mushkin we have always focused on not only helping enthusiasts push the limits of their PCs, but we've taken it to the next level, by providing quality solutions that deliver levels of performance that have earned Mushkin its place as one of the top SSD manufacturers."

Alongside the announcement, Mushkin also revealed that consumers who purchase select Mushkin products through Newegg will receive a $30 game code for Ghost Recon Phantoms. The code, which is available for a limited time, allows gamers to purchase game upgrades to improve their overall experience. The announcement comes just weeks after Mushkin originally announced its Ghost Recon Phantoms marketing campaign.

Source: Press Release



ASUSTOR Will Showcase Innovative Products at Computex

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: April 30, 2015 05:12AM
Author: Brentt Moore

ASUSTOR, a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has revealed that it will be showcasing some exciting and innovative products at this year’s Computex. Some of the products that ASUSTOR will exhibit include its 2, 3, 5, and 7 series rackmount and tower model devices, as well as the soon to be released 61 series and 10 series NAS devices. The 61 series is aimed at prosumer and enterprise users, while the 10 series is geared towards price conscious consumers. ASUSTOR also plans to showcase an improved version of ASUSTOR Data Manager, an operating system developed by the company that comes pre-installed with its NAS products. The latest version of ADM features a local backup function, upgrades for multiple applications, optimized multimedia streaming, expanded support for up to 40 different camera channels, and added convenience for remote access from mobile devices.

Source: Press Release



New Type-C USB Flash Drive Being Developed by Patriot

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: April 28, 2015 07:27PM
Author: Brentt Moore


Patriot, a manufacturer of enthusiast memory modules, flash memory, and mobile accessory products, has officially announced that it is actively developing a new Type-C USB flash drive. The storage device, which comes equipped with a polished metal exterior, offers consumers with true compatibility as it features a small Type-C port on one side and a standard USB 3.0 connector on the other. The unique design of the drive allows owners of some of the latest devices that make use of the Type-C port, such as the new MacBook and Google Chromebook Pixel, to store their data on a portable device. Meng J. Choo, the Product Manager at Patriot, noted that "As a leading manufacturer of USB and flash memory, we want to offer solutions for our customers that are easy-to-use and provide seamless experiences across all their devices."

The new Type-C USB flash drive will be offered in both 32GB and 64GB capacities and should be available to purchase sometime in June, 2015.

Source: TechPowerUp


Kingston Launches HyperX Savage SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: April 27, 2015 04:05PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has released the latest addition to the HyperX line of products, the HyperX Savage solid state drive. The Savage is powered by a Phison S10 quad-core, eight channel controller and replaces the HyperX 3K SSD. The drive boasts read and write speeds up to 560MB/s and 530MB/s, respectively, with up to 100,000 read and 89,000 write Input/Output Operations per Second. The Savage is available in capacities of 120GB, 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB in a standalone package or in a kit. HyperX business manager Lawrence Yang described the Savage stating, "We are proud to introduce the HyperX Savage as our latest and fastest SATA-based SSD. The HyperX 3K drive has been a core part of our SSD offerings since 2012, and now with Savage, we are unleashing even higher performance and capacities to satisfy the most demanding consumers, enthusiasts and gamers."

Source: Press Release



Patriot Announces Ignite M2 SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: April 20, 2015 03:36PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Patriot has announced the addition of M2 form factor solid state drives to the Ignite lineup. The new drives are "optimal for use in portable devices such as ultrabooks, notebooks and ultra-compact PC’s providing impeccable start up times, instant access to data and installed programs." The drives are powered by a Phison S10 controller and boast read and write speeds up to 560MB/s and 320MB/s, respectively, with up to 90K read and 70K write Input/Output Operations Per Second. The Ignite M2 will be available in capacities of 240GB and 480GB at prices of $109.99 and $209.99, respectively. VP of engineering Les Henry described the new drives stating, "With the Ignite M2, Patriot now offers a full range of SSDs, from 2.5“ SATA 3, to mSATA and now M.2. The Ignite M2 drives are the perfect storage solution for those looking to build/upgrade their small form factor PCs."

Source: Press Release



Corsair Launches 480 GB and 960 GB Force Series LS SSDs

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: April 14, 2015 11:24AM
Author: Guest_Jim_*


It seems like only yesterday that the only option for large data storage was HDDs, but now we are seeing ever larger and cheaper SSDs released. Corsair has launched two new Force Series LS SSD drives with 480 GB and 960 GB capacities. Like the others in the series, the drives are just 7 mm thick, feature SATA 3 connectors, and TRIM support. The drives are also able to achieve 560 MB/s read and 540 MB/s write speeds, with an advanced dynamic and static wear-leveling algorithm to keep the drives going for a long time.

Both drives are available for sale immediately from Corsair authorized retailers. The Force Series LS 480 GB is estimated to sell at $189.99 and the 960 GB drive at $379.99. Both come with a three year warranty from Corsaid.

Source: Press Release




Kingston Announces KC310 Business Class SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: April 13, 2015 03:50PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has announced the KC310 solid state drive, its largest business class SSD with a capacity of 960GB. The KC310 is powered by a Phison S10 quad-core, eight-channel controller providing sequential read and write speeds up to 550MB/s and 520MB/s, respectively. Several technologies focused on reliability are featured in the drive including SmartECC, Flash error code correction, firmware-based power loss protection, and the ability to rebuild data in the event of an error. SSD business manager Ariel Perez described the new drive stating, "Corporate customers looking to upgrade client systems will also find KC310 ideal for entry-level servers with its combination of read/write speeds, IOPS, high capacity and advanced data protection."

Source: Press Release



Intel Releases SSD 750 Series Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: April 3, 2015 04:59AM
Author: Brentt Moore


In an effort to provide enthusiasts and high-performance users with consistent performance and ultimate reliability, Intel has unleashed its latest SSD 750 series solid-state drives. The new drives from Intel utilize the PCI-e 3.0 x4 and NVM Express standard and feature the company’s latest 20nm 128Gbit MLC NAND. The SSD 750 series drives are available in two form factors, which include the standard 2.5-inch bay drive as well as a half-length PCI-e slot add-in-card, and come in 400GB and 1.2TB variants. The 400GB flavor of the Intel SSD 750 series features sequential read speeds of 2200MB per second and sequential write speeds of 900MB per second, while the 1.2TB flavor features sequential read speeds of 2400MB per second and sequential write speeds of 1200MB per second.

The 400GB and 1.2TB versions of the Intel SSD 750 series include a five-year warranty and feature an MSRP of $389 and $1,029, respectively.

Source: WCCFtech



Intel Working With Micron To Improve SSD Capacity

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: March 27, 2015 02:03PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Intel and Micron have teamed up to create a new generation of NAND architecture with the goal of improving chip density and drive capacity. The technology is known as 3D NAND and stacks memory cells vertically rather than horizontally, similar to the V-NAND solution from Samsung. With the new technology, each memory die can fit up to 48GB allowing for 3.5TB to fit in the M.2 form factor or 10TB in a 2.5" SSD. Intel is planning to release its own drives based on the technology sometime in the near future, with other manufacturers receiving sample chips to make their own drives as well.

Source: Digital Trends



HyperX Announces Predator PCIe SSD

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: March 23, 2015 03:44PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has announced a new solid state drive under its HyperX brand. The Predator PCIe SSD "is the highest-end SSD with the fastest speeds in the HyperX lineup." The Predator takes advantage of the extremely high speeds of the PCIe 2.0 x4 interface to provide speeds that far exceed the capabilities of SATA based drives. A Marvell 88SS9293 controller provides read and write speeds up to 1400MB/s and 1000MB/s, respectively, in capacities of 240GB and 480GB. The Predator uses the M.2 form factor with a half-height, half-length adapter for motherboards that don't have the necessary socket.

Source: Press Release



New 6TB Internal and External Hard Drives Announced by Toshiba

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: March 17, 2015 04:32AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Toshiba has just announced that its Canvio Desk 3.5-inch external USB 3.0 hard drive and Toshiba Desk 3.5-inch internal Serial ATA 3.0 hard drive will soon be available in a new 6TB capacity. Both drive offerings from Toshiba allow consumers to quickly and easily upgrade their computers by adding additional storage space for games, movies, music, photos, and more. Maciek Brzeski, the Vice President of Branded Storage Products, Toshiba Digital Products Division, stated that "The time is right to upgrade our offerings not only to meet, but to exceed consumers' expectations by expanding the offerings of our internal and external 3.5-inch hard drives."

The 6TB versions of the Canvio Desk 3.5-inch external USB 3.0 hard drive and the Toshiba Desk 3.5-inch internal Serial ATA 3.0 hard drive will feature an MSRP of $369, include a three-year standard limited warranty, and be available to purchase from select retailers and the Toshiba website in May, 2015.

Source: TechPowerUp


LaCie Announces External Hard Drive With USB-C Support

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: March 10, 2015 03:59PM
Author: Nick Harezga

With the announcement of the newest MacBook, it was revealed that Apple would be switching to the obscure USB-C port for external connections. LaCie has announced the first USB-C compatible external hard drive, the Porsche Design Mobile Drive, offering transfer speeds up to 100MB/s. The enclosure is made of aluminum to match the design of the new MacBook and will be available in capacities of 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB. The drive will be compatible with the standard USB Type-A connector to support USB 3.0 and 2.0 on devices that don't have a USB-C connector.

Source: Mac Rumors



ECO2 Line of SSDs Launched by Mushkin

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: March 10, 2015 12:04PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Mushkin, an industry-leading designer and manufacturer of high-performance and mission-critical computer products, has officially launched its new ECO2 line of solid-state drives. The latest product line from Mushkin combines the traditional energy efficiency exhibited from SSDs with an economical and reliable design, providing consumers with a truly value oriented product. Mushkin ECO2 drives offer read speeds of up to 550MB per second and write of up to 535MB per second, making them exceptional choices over traditional hard disk drives.

The new ECO2 line of SSDs will be available in 60 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB, and 480 GB capacities, and will be sold exclusively through Newegg thanks to a partnership between both companies. Nicolas Villalobos, the Director of Global Marketing at Mushkin, noted that "Partnering with Newegg.com is an exciting opportunity for such a product launch."

Source: Press Release



Mushkin STRIKER SSDs Now Available

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: March 2, 2015 04:38PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Mushkin first unveiled the STRIKER line of solid state drives at CES 2015. The STRIKER line is powered by the Phison PS3110-S10 quad-core SSD controller, offering read and write speeds up to 565MB/s and 550MB/s, respectively. The drives are available in capacities of 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB from authorized retailers such as Newegg. Director of Product Development Brian Flood described the drives stating, "STRIKER is aptly named for its purpose: to mark its place as the premier high-performance solid-state drive series. The STRIKER will allow its users to experience highly-accelerated application load times, boot performance, multimedia editing, and general usage."

Source: Press Release



SanDisk Reveals 200GB microSD Card

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: March 2, 2015 06:13AM
Author: Brentt Moore


SanDisk has revealed its latest microSD card that packs a total of 200GB of storage, making it the highest capacity microSD card ever produced worldwide. According to SanDisk, the latest storage breakthrough was made possible by utilizing a proprietary design and production process that allows for more bits of memory per chip. Although the company did not reveal details of the production process, the ability to store 200GB of information on a device so small is quite a technological feat, since the latest microSD card offers 56 percent more storage than a 128GB microSD card, the highest capacity currently available. SanDisk notes that the card offers data transfer at up to 90MB per second, which is the equivalent to roughly 1,200 photos per minute, making it ideal for a wealth of applications.

The 200GB microSD card from SanDisk is expected to be available in the second quarter of this year and will retail for $400 at launch.

Source: PCWorld


PNY Releases HP x778w USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: February 24, 2015 06:34AM
Author: Brentt Moore


PNY has just released its latest flash drive offering, the HP x778w. This flash drive offers a unique design approach to mobile storage as the product resembles partially melted ice cream that is layered with sprinkles. Despite its fun and cute styling, the HP x778w is made up of durable rubber and manages to offer decent read and write speeds of 90MB/sec and 30MB/sec, respectively, thanks to USB 3.0 support. Users can even utilize the built-in strap hole design that the HP x778w offers, allowing the portable flash drive to be attached to a wallet, purse, backpack, and more.

The HP x778w is available in sizes ranging from 8GB to 64GB, is compatible with virtually all desktops and laptops, and comes with a 2-year warranty from the data of purchase.

Source: TechPowerUp


Sony Announces Premium Sound Memory Card

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: February 20, 2015 05:29AM
Author: Brentt Moore

In an effort to satisfy the ears of audiophiles around the world, Sony has announced a new microSD card that apparently offers premium sound when compared to similar storage solutions available to consumers. According to Sony, the latest microSD card from the company, model number SR-64HXA, creates little to no electrical noise when data is read from it, something that other memory storage devices cannot say. While the card is fortunately a standard Class 10 microSD card that features 64GB of storage, its price is skewed quite high due to the market of audiophiles that it targets. The storage solution is set to feature an MSRP of $160 and will initially launch in Japan on March 5, 2015. Consumers will have to decide if the claim of premium sound is worth it, since a regular Class 10 64GB microSD card can be purchased for roughly $30.

Source: CNET



ADM 2.4 Beta Released by ASUSTOR

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: February 9, 2015 02:14PM
Author: Brentt Moore

ASUSTOR, a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has just released the beta version of ADM 2.4. This latest version of the exclusive operating system for ASUSTOR NAS devices includes a variety of new functions such as an improved shared folder encryption mechanism, optimized performance for SSDs, newly added multimedia previews, and support for SNMP network management protocol. The beta version of ADM version 2.4 also includes an enhanced Network Defender that allows users to configure a trusted list of trusted IP addresses in addition to manually configuring black and white lists using the IP country or area of origin via the Geo IP expansion module.

The latest version of ADM is available for immediate download and is suitable for use on all ASUSTOR NAS devices.

Source: Press Release



Kingston Announces DataTraveler 4000 Gen 2 USB Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: February 3, 2015 04:38PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Kingston has announced a pair of new USB flash drives, the DataTraveler 4000 Gen 2 and DataTraveler 4000 Gen 2 Management Ready. Both drives are FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certified to provide users with a tamper-evident seal and hardware-based 256-bit AES encryption. The combination of physical and hardware based security, along with reformatting the drive after 10 unsuccessful unlock attempts, make this drive a great choice for anyone with sensitive information. The Management Ready version offers extra features for companies including remote password reset, configuration of device policies, and compliance auditing. Both drives use USB 3.0 and are available in sizes ranging from 4GB to 64GB.

Source: Press Release



HighPoint Announces Thunderbolt 2 To USB 3.0 Adapter

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 26, 2015 04:50PM
Author: Nick Harezga

HighPoint has announced its latest adapter to take advantage of the high speed Thunderbolt 2 interface, the RocketStor 6324U. It provides a four port USB 3.0 hub that provides an independent 5 Gb/s USB 3.0 controller for each port. The 6324U is capable of vastly expanding the capabilities of any system and allows users to "add PCIe expansion capability, multi-bay drive docks, I/O adapters and Hardware RAID storage to any Thunderbolt™ capable platform." An included 90W external power supply also provides the ability to simultaneously charge four USB devices. The RocketStor 6324U will be available this month at an MSRP of $349.

Source: Press Release



DiskStation DS115 Launched by Synology

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 13, 2015 10:45AM
Author: Brentt Moore


Synology has just launched the DiskStation DS115, a 1-bay NAS server that is aimed at delivering centralized data storage, borderless file sharing, easy cloud synchronization, multimedia streaming, home surveillance, and more to home and small business users. The DiskStation DS115 includes a dual-core processor, a USB 2.0 port, a USB 3.0 port, an eSATA port, and an Ethernet port. Synology has also included version 5.1 of the DiskStation Manager operating system, which makes it easy for users to synchronize files, stream multimedia, set up home surveillance systems, create digital scrapbooks, and much more. Energy efficiency has also been addressed, with the DiskStation DS115 using just 5.44W during hibernation and 10.21W when accessed. Jonathan Wang, the product manager at Synology, noted that "With its speedy performance, intuitive interface, and diverse ecosystem of add-on packages, DS115 is a great NAS server for homes or small businesses - especially for people who still rely on external hard drives, flash drives, or cloud services to swap and share files."

Source: TechPowerUp



Mushkin Announces STRIKER Line of Solid State Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 7, 2015 06:20PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Mushkin has revealed its latest line of SSDs at CES, the STRIKER series. The drives use a Phison PS3110-S10 controller and have maximum read and write speeds up to 565MB/s and 550MB/s, respectively, and can reach 90,000 4K Input/Output Operations per Second. The controller also offers 256-bit AES encryption support, end-to-end data path protection, SmartECC, SmartRefresh, and SmartFlush. The STRIKER series will be available in capacities ranging from 240-960GB in the first quarter of this year. Director of Product Management Brian Flood said, "With an ever-increasing demand for greater performance, the new STRIKER drives provides the ultimate combination of speed and reliability for today’s demanding applications."

Source: Press Release



Patriot Unveils High Capacity Ignite SSDs

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 6, 2015 04:43PM
Author: bp9801


With CES in full swing, new product announcements are coming fast and hard. We have another one from Patriot today, and this time it focuses on a large capacity solid state drive. The Patriot Ignite SSD comes in 480 and 960GB capacities, and runs with a Phison S10 controller for blistering fast read/write speeds of 560/545MB/s. Those are some impressive speeds for any SSD, let alone ones that offer that much storage space. Patriot even said it could reach scores over 1000 in the AS SSD benchmark test, which shows off the speeds these are capable of. Each Ignite SSD features end-to-end data protection, advanced wear-leveling, smartECC, and Smart Refresh, among others, so users can feel protected with these high capacity models.

The Patriot Ignite SSDs will be available to buy later this month, with the 480GB model priced at $214.99 and the 960GB at $404.99. Each offers a three-year warranty and Patriot's award winning customer service.

Source: Press Release



Patriot Announces New Supersonic Flash Drives

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 6, 2015 04:18PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Patriot has announced the addition of two new flash drives under the Supersonic line, the Supersonic Magnum 2 and Supersonic Rage 2. The Magnum 2 will be available in capacities of 256GB and 512GB giving you as much space in your pocket as many people have in their entire system. The drive is housed in a matte black casing that can withstand shock up to 15Gs to prevent data loss as a result of drops. The Rage 2 is smaller in size and capacity than the Magnum 2 with capacities of 128GB and 256GB. A rubberized housing is accompanied by a retractable connector to minimize space. Both drives use USB 3.0 and have maximum read and write speeds of 400MB/s and 300MB/s, respectively. The drives will be available in February of this year.

Source: Press Release



New PCIe SSD, USB 3.0 Flash Drive, and microSD Card All Announced by Kingston

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 6, 2015 01:04PM
Author: bp9801

One of the leaders in all things memory-related is Kingston, and today has several new products to introduce at CES. Kingston has a new PCIe SSD, a secure USB flash drive, and a microSD card suitable for 4K and HD videos. The PCIe SSD is the HyperX Predator, and when it arrives next month will be the fastest PCIe drive in the company's lineup. The HyperX Predator will come in 240 or 480GB capacities when it arrives, with a 960GB model expected a bit later on. As for the speed, well it is capable of read speeds of 1400MB/s and write speeds of 1000MB/s thanks to the Marvell 88SS9293 controller. The HyperX Predator works in an M.2 PCIe slot, but also comes in a half-height, half-length adapter for motherboards without that slot.

On the flash drive side is the DataTraveler Locker+ G3, which offers hardware encryption and password protection to keep your data safe no matter what happens. The DataTraveler Locker+ G3 offers a USB 3.0 connector for read speeds of up to 135MB/s and write speeds of up to 40MB/s, with capacities of 8, 16, 32, and 64GB available. Along with the hardware encryption and password protection, the Locker+ G3 can backup data to the likes of Google Drive, Amazon S3, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox, or Box using the included ClevX software. This way your data is always available if your drive is ever lost or stolen.

Lastly there's the microSD UHS-I Speed Class 3 (SDCA3) card, with its 90MB/s read and 80MB/s write speeds to offer fast performance when recording 4K or HD video. It can also play back recorded video without stuttering, even if it is in 4K resolution. This card comes in 16, 32, and 64GB capacities, and is water, shock/vibration, X-ray, and temperature-proof. The SDCA3 works with any device capable of reading microSDHC or microSDXC cards, and can even be used with an SD adapter to work as a full-size card.

The Kingston HyperX Predator, DataTraveler Locker+ G3, and SDCA3 did not have any prices mentioned at this time, but you can expect that information before long.

Source: Press Releases



Corsair Introduces New Flash Voyager Flash Drives and Neutron Series XT SSDs

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 6, 2015 11:38AM
Author: bp9801

Corsair is no stranger to computer enthusiasts, with products covering a range of hardware lines. Today the company has several new USB 3.0 flash drives and a new high capacity SSD line that should make plenty of people happy. The flash drives start with the Flash Voyager Slider X1 and X2, which offer a sleek exterior and a sliding USB 3.0 connector to eliminate the need for a cap. The Slider X1 comes in capacities of 16, 32, 64, 128, and 256GB with read speeds of 130MB/s, while the Slider X2 bumps the read speed to 200MB/s.

If performance is what you need in a flash drive, then the Flash Voyager GS and GTX models are for you. Both connect via USB 3.0 and feature a rugged yet stylish exterior, along with some impressive speeds and capacities. The Flash Voyager GS comes in 64, 128, 256, and 512GB sizes, with read speeds of 260MB/s and write speeds of 105MB/s. The Flash Voyager GTX only comes in 128 and 256GB capacities, but features read speeds of 450MB/s and write speeds of 200MB/s thanks to its onboard SSD data controller.

Switching over to the SSD side of things is the Neutron Series XT. These SSDs come in 240, 480, and 960GB sizes, and feature a quad-core Phison SSD controller to offer read speeds of 560MB/s and write speeds of 540MB/s. Let that sink in for a moment. These drives still connect with the SATA 6Gbps interface and offer incredibly fast speeds to put your PCs on a whole new level. The Neutron XT SSDs also come with SmartFlush and SmartRefresh technologies for "enterprise-level data management and retention in the event of power failure and advanced wear-leveling and garbage collection" to keep these drives working long into the night.

All of these drives come with Corsair's five-year warranty and are available to buy now. The Corsair Flash Voyager Slider X1 is priced at $14.99 for the 16GB, $19.99 for the 32GB, $39.99 for the 64GB, $64.99 for the 128GB, and $149.99 for the 256GB. The Flash Voyager Slider X2 is $19.99 for the 16GB, $29.99 for the 32GB, $54.99 for the 64GB, $99.99 for the 128GB, and $189.99 for the 256GB. The Flash Voyager GS comes in at $89.99 for the 64GB, $109.99 for the 128GB, $199.99 for the 256GB, and $399.99 for the 512GB. The Flash Voyager GTX is $129.99 for the 128GB and $249.99 for the 256GB. The Neutron Series XT SSDs are $149.99 for the 256GB, $269.99 for the 512GB, and $539.99 for the 960GB.

Source: Press Releases




Patriot Announces the EP PRO-II UHS-II SDXC Card

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: January 5, 2015 11:33AM
Author: bp9801


CES kicks off tomorrow, but you can bet that plenty of companies are getting their products announced today. Patriot Memory has a new product it is showing off called the EP PRO-II SDXC memory card, which is a UHS-II card for devices in need of speed. The Patriot EP PRO-II SDXC card is perfect for devices capable of taking high-definition (HD) and ultra high-definition (UHD) pictures and/or videos, with between 16 and 64GB of storage to hold it all. It features read speeds of 280MB/s and write speeds of 250MB/s, so there should be no dropoff in performance when you're shooting at those UHD resolutions. Patriot designed the EP PRO-II to meet the new SD 4.0 specifications on all the latest devices, but is backwards compatible with SD 3.0 and 2.0 for those still using older hardware.

The Patriot EP PRO-II SDXC card will be available in the first quarter of this year, with prices ranging between $119.99 and $199.99 depending on capacity.

Source: Press Release



ASUSTOR Releases 50T and 51T Series NAS Devices

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: December 17, 2014 05:53PM
Author: Brentt Moore

ASUSTOR, a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has just announced the launch of its 50T and 51T series NAS devices. The latest high performance NAS devices from ASUSTOR, which are comprised of models AS5002T, AS5004T, AS5102T, and AS5104T, provide a comprehensive storage solution for technology enthusiasts. The 50T series includes an Intel Celeron 2.41GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of DDR3L RAM, while the 51T series features an Intel Celeron 2.0GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of DDR3L RAM. All models within the 50T and 51T series include three SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, two USB 2.0 ports, two eSATA ports, one HDMI 1.4a port, and one S/PDIF port. Additionally, all models include an infrared receiver, support for RAID volume management, and support for hard disk hot swapping and online RAID migration.

The ASUSTOR 50T and 51T, which are currently only available in two and four-bay models, come with a three-year warranty and can be purchased from global retailers immediately. According to ASUSTOR, eight and 10-bay models of the 50T and 51T will launch in the near future.

Source: Press Release


Apacer Launches Two SSDs

Category: Storage / Hard Drives
Posted: December 10, 2014 05:49PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Apacer has launched a pair of SATA3 solid state drives targeting industrial applications. The drives are extremely small, with the SFD18SH-M built to the JEDEC MO-297 standard and the H1-M built to the MO-300 standard. The drives were designed with reliability in extreme conditions in mind and "have passed market challenges, thus standing firm in the IoT, autotronics, medical electronics, and communication component markets and winning customer recognition for their outstanding quality and performance." Both drives range in capacity from 16GB to 256GB and were built with improved ECC.

Source: Press Release




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