In this special feature, whether you are using Windows or Mac, we show you how you can clone your existing hard drive onto a spanking new SSD, thereby relieving you of the tedious process of re-installing your OS and apps.
Equipped with the Intel Atom D525 processor with 1GB of DDR2 memory, the 4-bay Promise SmartStor NS4700 offers five USB ports and two Gigabit Ethernet ports. Priced competitively at S$1,049, find out if it works as fine as it looks.
Priced at S$550, the 4-bay Thecus N4100EVO NAS runs on a a 600MHz dual-core Cavium CPU (ARM-based architecure) and includes dedicated hardware for the business of building (or rebuilding) RAID arrays. We take it to the labs to see if this one will stand out from its competitors.
SanDisk has just introduced a new mainstream SSD using Marvell's new SS889175 controller. We put it through its paces to find how it fares and if it can justify its high price.
USB 3.0 has become commonplace now, and so has 1TB portable hard drives. We take a look at six of the more recent USB 3.0 1TB portable units using 2.5-inch drives to find out which is the best.
Western Digital has up the capacity stakes with their latest high-performance WD Black drive boasting a whopping 4TB of storage space. We put it through our tests to find out how it performs.
SSDs are the latest must-have components for users who are serious about performance. And with prices hitting record lows, there's no better to snap one up than now. To help you pick the right one, we tested 10 of the most popular SSDs from the biggest names around.
The SanDisk ReadyCache SSD claims to improve boot up and application response times by 4 and 12 times respectively. We put it through a comprehensive test to see if it can really boost your system's overall performance.
The OCZ Vector is the company's newest flagship SSD and features a completely new and in-house developed controller, the Indilinx Barefoot 3, and firmware. We test it to see if it challenges the current crop of high-end Marvell and SandForce drives.
The Transcend SSD320 Series is the company's mainstream SSD lineup. Featuring the tried-and-test SandForce controller but slower asynchronous NAND memory, we take it for a spin to see how it performs.