The Q300 is a popular SSD on Amazon, thanks to its high maximum read and write speeds that essentially max out the SATA III connector. Today, we’re going to test this drive to see how it performs in a variety of benchmarks.Specs & Features960GB 480GB 240GB 120GB Max Read : 550 MB/s Max Write : 530 MB/s Interface: SATA 3.0 2.5″ Toshiba Solid State Drive 15 nm 3-bit-per-cell NAND flash, 7mm slim 5 Year WarrantyDesign
The Toshiba Q300 looks much like other solid state drives, with a shiny metal enclosure and a matching sticker front and centre.
Inside, you’ll find a TC58NC1000 controller and 15nm TLC NAND flash. TLC or [...]
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, [...]
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.