Caldigit has just released two new products for Mac professionals - Tuff, a portable external hard disk drive with USB Type-C and the T4 Nano, a 4-bay external storage solution supporting Thunderbolt 2 and four PCIe-based SSDs.
Patriot has completed its SSD line-up with the M.2 version of its Ignite series SSDs. The company now offers the full range of SSDs in the 2.5-inch, M.2 and mSATA form factors.
ASUS has announced that all its X99 and Z97 motherboards now support the NVMe storage protocol and will thus be compatible with NVMe storage devices like the latest Intel 750 series PCIe SSDs.
Samsung SSDs are amongst the quickest around. And if you crave for such performance when on the go, Samsung has got the Portable SSD T1 for you. We find out if this new external hard disk drive lives up to Samsung's reputation for producing fast flash drives.
The new SanDisk Dual USB Type-C flash drive is a nifty USB flash drive that features dual connectors for standard USB 3.0 and USB Type-C.
Move over USB 3.0! We bring you a performance preview of what to expect with the latest USB 3.1 standard by way of the ASUS Z97-A/USB 3.1 motherboard. While mainstream adoption is likely still some way off, it's good to see USB 3.1 ports and add-on cards making their way onto motherboards now.
QNAP has announced that its NAS devices will officially support Kodi Entertainment Center (formerly known as XMBC). Users can now enjoy an improved entertainment experience and more powerful options for accessing video, music and photo collections stored on their QNAP NAS.
Seagate has just announced the launch of their Seagate Rescue data recovery service in Singapore for the Seagate surveillance family of drives, which will allow surveillance solutions customers a cheaper way to maintain their data integrity.
Gigabyte has announced that its X99, Z97 and H97 motherboard line-ups will now feature support for the NVMe storage protocol and Intel's recently-announced 750 Series PCIe SSDs. NVMe offers improved performance and lower latencies over the older AHCI protocol, and will allow consumers to take advantage of the full potential of PCIe SSDs.
Intel’s new SSD 750 series is designed for very high throughput performance and low latency thanks to a third generation Intel controller, optimized for the NVMe protocol to take advantage of the ultra fast PCI Express interface. Trust us, you'll want one in your system.