Today we’re looking at the Samsung T1, a business-class SSD designed for portability. The T1 brings SSD speeds to a form factor somewhere between a USB flash drive and a full-size SSD, with USB 3.0 allowing that speed advantage to actually be realised. Let’s take a look at how it performs.
I recently bought a Samsung 840 EVO on Amazon – a great deal at £90 for a 250GB solid state drive, or so I thought. A few days later, I was offered the chance to review the 850 EVO, and of course I couldn’t pass that up – especially as I now had the perfect means to see exactly what’s changed in the new generation.
The 850 Evo promises improved speeds and aggressive pricing thanks to its vertically stacked (3D) NAND. Today, we’ll find out if it’s a true improvement over the 840 series, or just marketing hype. Let’s go.
Runcore, still working its way up in Europe, has sent me one of their mSATA SSD’s, which is supposed to make laptop users’ dreams come true. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Introduction With the effects of the Thailand floods finally behind us and more manufacturers joining the SSD party, the SSD market has become quite competitive.
Introduction It was less than two weeks ago that our review of the Plextor M3 Pro was published, and already we have in our hands its successor, the Plextor M5 Pro.
Introduction Plextor is not a name that you would have immediately associate with SSD manufacture – they’re probably best known to old timers as a leading manufacturer of CD/DVD drives – but they’ve been in the business a while.
Introduction The Crucial Adrenaline is Crucial’s new SSD cache system, designed to speed up your hard drive!
Introduction Samsung might be in the middle of a big smartphone patent war with Apple, but that hasn’t stopped it unveiling a new SSD built on the SATA III standard.