The Samsung SSD 960 Evo is the little brother of the lightning fast SSD 960 Pro. Although it uses TLC V-NAND, Samsung says it'll still be as fast as other PCIe-based SSDs. Let's find out shall we?
The Samsung SSD 960 Pro is the flash giant’s latest consumer flagship SSD, and possibly its greatest ever. What makes the SSD 960 Pro so great? In a word - speed. But how fast is it? Read our review to find out.
After launching their mainstream Blue and Green series of SATA based SSDs, WD is prepping to launch their second wave with their iconic Black series. This time, it's using the PCIe data bus and is hoping to appeal to enthusiasts.
Plextor has announced that it will unveil new consumer 3D NAND SSDs during a “sneak peek” media event at CES 2017.
New year, new resolutions, new tech. We know tech can get confusing, so we’ve assembled the top 11 things you need to go, going into 2017.
Here's your chance to recycle and donate your used computing devices at participating Newstead Technologies retail outlets for the company's Gift Your Tech social campaign. If the devices aren't in working order, the campaign will ensure of their proper disposal according to strict NEA regulations. Read on for more details!
We are updating our SSD migration guide, so whether you are using Windows or Mac, here's 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.
According to DRAMeXchange, your SSD might get more expensive in the coming months. The said site, which provides market insights into DRAM, flash memory, and PC markets, issued a recent report that suggests this very likely scenario; read on for more details.
First seen earlier at Computex 2016 in Taipei, Plextor has finally announced the release of its EX1 portable external SSD.
SSDs have never been faster, but if you are a performance junkie seeking the absolute best, which should you pick? We pit four of the newest, fastest SSDs in the market today to see who's the ultimate speed king.