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In the age of growing technology, gone are the days where an SSD is a luxury. With how cheap SSDs are getting, they seem to me more of a necessity, at least for the boot drive. But what about general storage? Is it at all possible for the general consumer to move away from traditional mechanical drives? I’d say it more possible now than ever. With the launch of their SU800 2.5” SSD with 3D Nand Technology, and capacities up to 1 TB, I think ADATA would agree. However, with a market already dominated by a couple a big named companies, how does the SU800 hold up to the competition? We ran the SU800 through a number of benchmarks and stress tests. I’d like to that ADATA for making this review possible. Now, Let’s see how it did.
Data storage solutions are improving each year, getting faster and larger in capacities. PCIe SSDs used to be very expensive for an average gamer but not these days. OCZ has an SSD for enthusiasts and hardcore gamers, the OCZ RD400 NVM Express® M.2 solid state drive series. This SSD promises to outperform SATA SSDs by over 4.5 times! Let's find that out today.
When it comes to flash cards, Kingston Technology is one of the most renowned brands today. Kingston offers a wide array of flash products including a wide line of micro SDs. If you are looking for a tougher kind of micro SD that can withstand harder temperatures, Kingston also got an offering for you, the Kingston Industrial Temperature microSD UHS-1. Average microSDs has operating temperature range of only -25º C to 85º C. The Industrial Temperature microSD UHS-1 has operating temperature range of as low as -40º C to 85º C. Follow us today as we check out the Kingston 64GB Industrial Temperature UHS-I Micro SD.
There are many devices today that use flash cards such as smart phones, cameras of different kinds, tablets, and so on. One of the common flash card form factors today would be the micro SDs and when it comes to this flash card, there are a lot of offerings available. Do you just go for the cheapest one? Do you evaluate value? Silicon Power gave us one of their offerings to check out today which I found out is quite popular in one of the major online stores in the United States. Let us put the Silicon Power Elite 64gb MicroSDXC UHS-1 under the microscope as we test it out today.
Need a micro SD card for your device then store data to your iPhone or iPad? If this is the scenario you have, Strontium got the perfect solution for you. Check out the Strontium NITRO MicroSD with iDrive Card Reader for iPhones and iPads which we will be checking out today.
Need a speedy and compact media card reader? With tday's demand for faster and smaller data storage, SD cards and micro SD cards are becoming more common in terms of storage data for many different devices from smartphones to action cameras and others in between. It would be handy if you have a card reader with you every time for a faster file transfer from your media card to your computer. If that's what you need, Kingston got just one for you! Check out the Kingston MobileLite G4 Card Reader which we will be taking a look at today.
So why is this a “limited edition” drive? Crucial was eager to showcase the speed and reliability of new Micron 3D NAND and couldn’t wait to debut it in a large and affordable capacity. Sounds good to us. We can not wait to see what this new drive can do.