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Today I'm taking a look at the new Toshiba HG6 series of SSDs. The HG6 is the first SSD in the world to use A19nm (advanced) Toggle 2 MLC NAND. A19nm NAND is said to provide greater performance, but is this the case?Let's find out in this review.
So far I am highly impressed with what Crucial has done with their SSDs, starting with the C300, moving on to the M4, and after that the M500. All these SSDs were simply impressive and a continual step forward for Crucial. Now I am reviewing the Crucial M550 SSD, the M550 is the latest and fastest consumer SSD from Crucial and so far I am left with only positives. So let's see if Crucial is able to continue, not only to impress me, but also to drive forward their SSDs. You can continue reading this in-depth review to find out more about the M550 SSD.
Few days ago I tested the Silicon Power Blaze B05, not it's time to take a closer look on the Blaze B30. Lets see if the Silicon Power Blaze B30 can keep up with the Blaze B50, continue reading to find out.
Today I am reviewing the Silicon Power Blaze B05 USB3 flash drive, the flash drive that I'll be testing is a a 32GB drive and has a very clean look. But we are not here to test the looks, but the performance, continue reading this review to find out how the Silicon Power Blaze B05 performs.
Today I'm taking a look at OCZ's latest consumer grade SSD, the OCZ Vertex 460. The Vertex 460 utilises their own Indilinx BareFoot 3 M10 SSD controller, coupled with Toshiba Toggle 2 MLC NAND. The Vertex 460 is available in three different capacities. 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB. The SSD I'm looking at today is the 240GB version, which OCZ kindly sent me for review.Let's find out how it performs in this review.
It was roughly one year ago that I covered the Samsung 840 Pro SSD, and I found it a very impressive performer. Quite a lot has changed with the 840 Pro over that year. It has new firmware, and it now supports 'Rapid mode' via the Samsung Magician software.So what is the Samsung 840 Pro SSD like now? Let's find out in this review.
A few months ago we reviewed the Toshiba PX02SMF020 SAS Enterprise SSD in its 6Gb/s form – Toshiba PX02SMF020 6Gb/s. We are delighted that we are now able to review the same drive in its 12 GB/s form.We are also delighted to confirm that the myce.com OakGate Test Unit has been upgraded to support SAS 12 Gb/s drives.I must give some thanks:Firstly, a big thank you to LSI for providing a new LSI 9300-8e HBA to support SAS 12 Gb/s. Secondly, a big thank you to OakGate Technology for providing a new external Mini SAS HD to 4 x SAS connector and for the excellent support provided during the upgrade process.
Welcome to Myce’s review of the Seagate ST2000DX001 2TB Desktop Solid State Hybrid Drive (‘SSHD’).We recently reviewed Toshiba’s latest SSHD offerings for mobile devices, in a 2.5in form factor, and found them to be impressive performers. Today, we review Seagate’s offering for Desktops in a 3.5in form factor.At the heart of the SSHD value proposition is the idea of marrying the low cost per Gigabyte of a traditional rotating magnetic disk (HDD) with the speed of NAND Flash Memory to deliver an SSD type user experience. The key to success is a caching algorithm that intelligently places a specific user’s most frequently accessed data in NAND memory so that a higher proportion of data access is performed at SSD like speeds – Seagate refers to this as its ‘Adaptive Memory technology’.The Seagate Desktop SSHD has 8GB of Toshiba MLC NAND memory married to an inherently fast Desktop 7200RPM HDD.Let's see how it performs
Welcome to Myce’s brief review of the Toshiba FlashAir 32GB Wireless LAN SHDC Memory Card.The card has a fairly large capacity (32GB) and is reasonably fast (Class 10 – at least 10MB/s sustained write speed). However, the real differentiating feature is that the FlashAir card allows one to connect to any appropriate target device (such as a smart phone, notebook or tablet computer) that supports a WiFi connection so that pictures can be transferred wirelessly without the need to remove the card from a source device (such as a camera).
Samsung was kind enough to send me two SSDs for review. A 250GB model, and the world's first 1TB mSATA SSD. In this article I will be taking a look at the 250GB model. Let's find out how it performs.
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