SSD Archive

We All Could Do With A Samsung T5 External SSD

If you move large file around regularly, or like to carry them with you wherever you go, then the new Samsung T5 external SSD could well be the best thing you purchase this year. The Korean giant

Thin Notebooks Projected To Account For 70% Of SSD Shipments This Year

Unless you have spent the past year or two in outer space, you should be aware that the PC industry is going through the toughest of times. Sales and shipments are declining by double digits around many

Western Digital Gearing Up To Demo 5mm 500GB Hard Disk In A Media Tablet

Media tablets use NAND Flash memory chips as storage almost exclusively, owing to their thin form factor and the fact that they are often jostled around by users. In fact, most premium models use custom designed embedded

30 Days with Surface Pro: Day 13

I’ve gotten used to the idea that all of my hard drives should be 1TB or more. I get a little freaked out when the available free space on my hard drives drops below 500GB. So, you’ll

30 Days with Surface Pro: Day 13

One of the greatest things for PCs in recent years has been the fact that hard drive storage is so cheap. You can buy terabytes of storage for pennies per gigabyte. Smaller, thinner mobile devices rely on

New Surface Pro Update Released, Promising Improved SSD Performance

Windows 8 and Ultrabooks further driving SDD into the mainstream?

Solid-state disk drives are nothing new. They have been around for a while now, but have yet to really take over on a widescale simply because they have always been much more expensive than traditional hard-drives while

Demos Show Vastly Increased Boot Speed on Windows 8

I found this demo showing differences in boot speed between Windows 8 and Windows 7.  Ignoring the hokey music for a second, the difference in boot speed is quite dramatic on a Toshiba Satellite 300 with an