This £32 64GB SSD promises to deliver big performance even at small capacities. We’re a fan of their keyboards, but can Drevo deliver the same budget appeal when it comes to flash storage? Let’s find out in our full review.Design
The Drevo X1 Pro has a fun and eye-catching design, with a yellow lightning bolt on the front alongside its promised sequential read and write speeds: 400 MB/s for reads and 300 MB/s for writes. We’ll see about that!
In order to test the speed of the drive, we ran four synthetic benchmarks with varying payloads: CrystalDiskMark, AS SSD, ATTO and HD Tune Pro. Combined, these should give us a good [...]
Today we’re reviewing Toshiba’s budget A100 SSD. The 120GB model we’re testing goes for around £60 on Amazon, putting it a little higher than some competitors from Sandisk, Crucial and Kingston. Does it offer better performance? Let’s find out!Design
The A100 is a standard 2.5-inch, 7mm thick SSD, suitable for use in desktops or (older) laptops. To hook it up, you’ll need a SATA data cable and a SATA power cable, ideally SATA III.
The A100 adopts Toshiba’s standard branding; a silver chassis with a black and red sticker. This is a basic SSD, so we don’t get any exciting visuals, promises of exceeding high performance, [...]
It’s hard to make a cool or interesting HDD enclosure, but I quite like this one from Orico. Its clear casing lets you gaze inside, while a modern feature set allows full compatibility with a range of 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch HDDs and SSDs. Let’s take a closer look!Specs & FeaturesVibrant transparent ABS plastic casing Supports all 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch drives at SATA III speeds USB 3.0 external (up to 5Gb/s) with UASP Plug and play: hot swapping, no drivers or apps needed 2A @ 12V power adapter ensures adequate energy Compatible with Windows / Mac / Linux LED indicator monitors working status of drive JSM578 chipset Included: Dock, USB 3.0 cable, power adapter, [...]
Today we’re looking at a rather quick Micro SD card from Toshiba, the Exceria Pro M501. The M501 is a UHS-II card with maximum read and write speeds of around 250 MB/s, making them suitable for high-speed photography and 4K video recording. The card comes in 16, 32 and 64GB versions; we’re looking at the 64GB model. Let’s get started!Features & Specifications16 GB / 32 GB / 64 GB capacity Max read speed: 270 MB/s, Max. write speed: 250MB/s Specialised for 4K and Full HD recording Perfect for sports cameras Designed for extreme shooting conditions Includes SD UHS-II card adapterDesign
The Toshiba Exceria Pro M501 has a gold stripe to [...]
Looking for a hard drive to store your media? This 3 TB drive is the top result on Amazon right now, so let’s see if it’s earned that place. Here’s our review of the Toshiba P300!
Toshiba P300 HDD deals$79.99VIEW£70.97VIEWpowered by XSReviewsSpecifications & DesignFormat: 3.5-inch SATA drive Capacities: 0.5 TB / 1TB / 2TB / 3TB Rotational Speed: 7200 RPM Buffer: 64MB Dimensions: 147 x 101.6 x 26.1 mm Weight: 680 grams Warranty: 2 years
Features: Shock sensor, Native Command Queuing (NCQ), Halogen Free, Tunnel Magneto-resistive Recording (TMR) Head Technology, Ramp Load, [...]
Today we’re looking at a budget Micro SDXC card from Toshiba, the Exceria N301. This card is available online for about £15 (for a 64GB unit), putting it in the same price tier as faster specification offerings from Sandisk, Lexar, Kingston and others. Let’s see whether it’s worth the extra expense.