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4 Samsung show off a new Z-NAND powered SSD

Samsung show off a new Z-NAND powered SSD

Storage | 20/03/2017

Samsung has now shown off a new Z-NAND powered SSD, which is said to offer lower latencies and increased throughput when compared to traditional SSDs.

6 Intel announce their Optane SSD DC P4800X with 3D XPoint memory

Intel announce their Optane SSD DC P4800X with 3D XPoint memory

Storage | 19/03/2017

Intel has announced their Optane SSD DC P4800X with 3D XPoint memory.

1 Silicon Motion announces their SATA FerriSSD single chip SSD

Silicon Motion announces their SATA FerriSSD single chip SSD

Storage | 16/03/2017

Silicon Motion has announced their new SATA FerriSSD single chip SSD, using 3D NAND and capacities of up to 256GB.

10 Pioneer launches their BDR-211UBK Blu-Ray XL writer

Pioneer launches their BDR-211UBK Blu-Ray XL writer

Storage | 08/03/2017

Pioneer launches their BDR-211UBK Blu-Ray XL writer, which supports writing to Ultra HD Blu-ray disks with capacities of up to 128GB.

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0 NeiR: Automata PC system requirements and release date revealed

NeiR: Automata PC system requirements and release date revealed

Storage | 02/03/2017

NeiR: Automata's PC system requirements and release date have been revealed by Square Enix.

1 Kingston's new 1TB and 2TB USB Flash drives are now shipping

Kingston's new 1TB and 2TB USB Flash drives are now shipping

Storage | 28/02/2017

Kingston's new 1TB and 2TB USB Flash drives are now shipping, coming at prices of $940 and $1620.

5 Twitch will soon have its own gaming storefront

Twitch will soon have its own gaming storefront

Storage | 27/02/2017

Twitch will soon have its own gaming storefront, with plans to offer money to streamers as part of their affiliate program with partnered streamers.

1 Razer releases their Power Bank Smart charging unit

Razer releases their Power Bank Smart charging unit

Storage | 23/02/2017

Razer has now released their new Power Bank Smart charging unit, which can be used to charge any USB device including USB Type-C notebooks and laptops.

1 Sony announces world's fastest SD cards

Sony announces world's fastest SD cards

Storage | 23/02/2017

Sony has just unveiled their SF-G series of SD cards, with read- and write speeds of up to 300 and 299 MB/s respectively.

1 Toshiba are now shipping samples of their 64-layer, 512Gb 3D NAND

Toshiba are now shipping samples of their 64-layer, 512Gb 3D NAND

Storage | 22/02/2017

Toshiba has announced that they are now shipping samples of their 64-layer, 512Gb 3D TLC NAND, offering up to 64GB of storage capacity per die.

6 ADATA introduces their XPG SX950 series of SSDs with 3D MLC NAND

ADATA introduces their XPG SX950 series of SSDs with 3D MLC NAND

Storage | 15/02/2017

ADATA has today announced their XPG SX950 line of SSDs, which offer SATA sequential read/write speeds of 560MB/s and 530MB/s respectively.

2 Toshiba now plans to sell a majority stake in their semiconductor business

Toshiba now plans to sell a majority stake in their semiconductor business

Storage | 15/02/2017

Toshiba now plans to sell a majority stake in their semiconductor business.

0 Humble Bundle are becoming a games publisher

Humble Bundle are becoming a games publisher

Storage | 09/02/2017

Humble Bundle has now launched their new multi-platform publishing and funding program, which plans to invest millions of dollars into PC, console and mobile games.

3 Intel's first XPoint powered SSD has been revealed

Intel's first XPoint powered SSD has been revealed

Storage | 09/02/2017

Intel's first XPoint powered SSD has been revealed, offering some staggeringly fast read/write speeds, especially at low queue depths.

2 Super Talent unveils their SuperCache AIC314 series PCIe SSD

Super Talent unveils their SuperCache AIC314 series PCIe SSD

Storage | 08/02/2017

Super Talent has now unveiled their new SuperCache AIC314 series PCIe SSD.

2 Vizio's Smart TVs have been found to track the viewing habits of their users

Vizio's Smart TVs have been found to track the viewing habits of their users

Storage | 08/02/2017

Vizio's Smart TVs have been found to track the viewing habits of their users, with the company storing this data and selling it to 3rd parties.

5 Western Digital starts pilot production run for 64-layer 512Gb TLC 3D NAND

Western Digital starts pilot production run for 64-layer 512Gb TLC 3D NAND

Storage | 07/02/2017

Western Digital has started a pilot production run for 64-layer 512Gb TLC 3D NAND.

1 Ghost Recon: Wildlands Closed Beta PC System requirements

Ghost Recon: Wildlands Closed Beta PC System requirements

Storage | 30/01/2017

Ubisoft have now announced the PC system requirements for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Wildlands' Closed Beta, requiring a minimum of 4 CPU cores.

10 MSI's M.2 Shield has been found to raise SSD temperatures

MSI's M.2 Shield has been found to raise SSD temperatures

Storage | 27/01/2017

MSI's M.2 Shield has been found to raise SSD temperatures, instead of lowering them like advertised.

10 Seagate plans to offer 14TB and 16TB HDDs within the next 18 months

Seagate plans to offer 14TB and 16TB HDDs within the next 18 months

Storage | 27/01/2017

Seagate plans to offer 14TB and 16TB HDDs to customers within the next 18 months, with hopes to release a 20TB hard drive by 2020.

1 Toshiba will be spinning off their NAND Production business

Toshiba will be spinning off their NAND Production business

Storage | 27/01/2017

Toshiba has confirmed that they will spin off their NAND production division into a separate company.

20 Pioneer will soon release the first 4K Blu-ray drive for PC

Pioneer will soon release the first 4K Blu-ray drive for PC

Storage | 26/01/2017

Pioneer will soon release the first 4K Blu-ray drive for PC, though the player comes with a catch, requiring a new Intel Kaby Lake CPU to function.

0 Mass Effect Andromeda will feature an FOV slider on PC

Mass Effect Andromeda will feature an FOV slider on PC

Storage | 24/01/2017

It has been confirmed that Mass Effect Andromeda will feature an FOV slider on PC, which is great news for those that dislike the game's close up 3rd person camera.

2 Western Digital launches 12TB and 14TB Helium filled hard drives

Western Digital launches 12TB and 14TB Helium filled hard drives

Storage | 17/01/2017

Western Digital has now launched 12TB and 14TB Helium filled hard drives, which will be available with both SAS and SATA versions for both consumer and enterprise users.

1 Seagate is laying off over 2,000 employees

Seagate is laying off over 2,000 employees

Storage | 12/01/2017

Seagate has announced that they will be closing their Suzhou disk manufacturing plant in China, laying off over 2,000 employees.

1 SilverStone showcase their ECM22 dual M.2 add-on card

SilverStone showcase their ECM22 dual M.2 add-on card

Storage | 11/01/2017

SilverStone has showcased their upcoming ECM22 dual M.2 add-on card, which adds two M.2 SSD slots to PCs that lack them.

1 Plextor showcases their new M8Se NVMe SSD

Plextor showcases their new M8Se NVMe SSD

Storage | 10/01/2017

Plextor has showcased their new M8Se series of NVMe SSDs, offering capacities of up to 1TB and sequential reads of up to 2450MB/s.

2 Mushkin announces 2TB M.2 NVMe and SATA SSDs with 3DNAND

Mushkin announces 2TB M.2 NVMe and SATA SSDs with 3DNAND

Storage | 09/01/2017

Mushkin has announced new 2TB M.2 NVMe and SATA SSDs which features 3DNAND, with the PCIe Helix SSD offering read speeds of up to 2.5GB/s.

6 Kingston creates the world's first 2TB USB flash drive

Kingston creates the world's first 2TB USB flash drive

Storage | 04/01/2017

Kingston has created the world's first 2TB USB flash drive, which comes with a 5-year warranty and USB 3.1 Gen 1 storage speeds.

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