ADATA has just announced the DashDrive Durable UD320 USB flash drive. This is ADATA’s first implementation of the USB On-The-Go (OTG) specification. USB OTG allows devices such as smartphones and tablets to act as a host, allowing USB flash drives to be connected directly for data transfer.
OCZ’s Vertex line of solid state drives have been around for a while and we have reviewed many different Vertex drives over the past few years. If you remember back in 2011 OCZ acquired Indilinx and with the acquisition they were able to create an SSD controller completely in-house. The controller was the Barefoot 3 and it was featured on OCZ’s Vector solid state drive that we reviewed earlier this year. Well OCZ is back with a new drive in their Vertex 450. It will feature the same Barefoot 3 controller, and new 20nm MLC NAND instead of the 25nm that was being used on the Vector. Today we are taking a look at the 128GB version of the Vertex 450 that features sequential read and write speeds of 525 MB/s and 290 MB/s respectively. Not only that OCZ has sent us two drives so we can show you just how fast these drives are when put in a RAID array together. Read on as we take a look…
Mushkin, one of the leading producers of computer products, has made an official announcement unveiling the world’s fastest USB 3.0 flash drive. This USB 3.0 drive has been launched with the name tag of Ventura Ultra and as the name suggests, the speed and performance of this flash drive will be unmatchable. One of the most prominent reasons for its speed and performance is the fact that instead of utilizing the USB 2.0 platform, it utilizes the USB 3.0 which delivers higher performance and is 10 times faster and more efficient as compared to the USB 2.0.
Buffalo Technology counts as a global manufacturer of innovative storage solutions and multimedia and wireless products for the households as well as for use in offices. It has recently announced the latest series of external hard drives which have been tagged as the HD-LCU3 Series. Keeping in mind the growing data storage requirements of customers, the Buffalo has built hard drives which will provide storage capacities of up to 4 TB. These HD-LCU3 Series will comprise of two models; one in black and the other in white; the white models will have a storage capacity of up to 3 TB while the capacity will be extended to 4 TB for the black versions.
With increasing needs of the element of portability, different names have been taking on their share in the introduction of the portable storage devices in this market and Buffalo wasn’t the one to stay behind. It made an announcement this week about its newest addition to its already existing portfolio of storage devices which is purely targeted towards fulfilling the growing demands of portable storage devices. The Mini Station Turbo PC EX2 portable hard drive, as a recent addition by Buffalo, provides a huge storage space housed inside a simple yet elegant casing, the thickness of which will be determined by the storage size.
The Brinell design company has introduced its super slim SSD and is becoming quite a hit already. The Drive SSD makes use of the latest storage technologies, incorporating the avant-garde style. The drive not only uses high end and distinctive materials, but it also makes the maximum use of the most productive technologies which have enhanced the functioning of the device and has made it capable of offering the fastest transfer rates.
Large storage space, speedy performance and good appearance are highly in demand when it comes to any sort of gadget or peripheral device and Orico has set out to satisfy its customers with its official release of the SDK25-U3 line of colorful 2.5-inch USB 3.0 drive enclosures.
HighPoint has released its most adaptable 4 Port storage HBA namely the RocketU 1144E. This circuit device provides remarkable performance in input/output processing and features a 3.0 USB along with 6 GB/second eSATA connectivity. This allows compatilbity with all external eSATA and 3.0 USB storage. The RocketU 1144E can be run on platforms of PCs […]
Storage devices must not only highlight their performance, storage space and speed. Nowadays, people demand much more than just the performance of a device; the design and looks are equally important. The designers at Team Group are out to exploit this particular need of the consumers and have thus brought forth their T132 USB 3.0 thumb drive. The aesthetics are important in defining the user’s personal preference and gives a little hint on the user’s personality.
Just recently Patriot Memory rolled out 128 GB variants of its Rage XT, Boost XT and and Pulse Supersonic USB 3.0 drives. It looks like they were not done there, they have just announced an even higher capacity 256 GB Boost XT Model (PEF256GSRUSB).