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Patriot has been actively expanding their memory and solid state drive lines, adding a series of USB Flash Drives since UBS 3.1 became a standard. Today we will be a taking a look at one of these new flash drives, the Patriot Tab 128GB USB 3.1. The Patriot Tab is part of their Lifestyle series features an extremely small silver aluminum body that’s perfect for use with mobile devices as well as desktop PC’s.
HyperX has been actively expanding their original Savage memory and solid state drive lines, adding a series of USB Flash Drives. Today we will be a taking a look at one of these new flash drives, the HyperX Savage 128GB USB 3.1. The HyperX Savage is rated up to speeds of 350MB/s read and 250MB/s write. It also features a bold design with a red aluminum “X” accent and a black soft touch body.
Portable storage is more important than ever in today’s mobile world, and the center point in everyone’s portable storage array should be a rugged, high capacity hard drive. In this review we are going to take a look at one offering from Transcend that covers both of these requirements.
Apple iPhones are probably the most popular smartphones today. There are many things about it that people like such as the modern-looking design, the Retina display and other cool features but one thing iPhone users need to go around with these phones is the non-expandable memory. iPhones doesn't have a micro SD slot for memory expansion unlike most Android phones. Ultimately, you can resolve to using the iCloud Apple provides but it only has a limited storage and requires internet access. Good thing there are other solutions to this problem such as Strontium's iDrive USB 3.0 flash drives which we will be looking at today!
Just under a decade ago, you only needed an SD card if you owned a digital camera that used one for its image storage. In today's world, SD cards are utilized in everything from smartphones to camcorders, to cameras, and even in things like portable video games, digital photo frames, and even some vehicles. This makes chosing the right SD card for the right application more important than ever. Today I take a look at Silicon Power's Elite 128GB microSDXC UHS-1 memory card.
Data storage devices are a must to any modern individual now that our lives revolve around using data whether you're a student, a professional or others in between. Truly, data storage such as flash drives are getting better each year. They become faster, smaller and improving in capacity. One of the popular brands of flash storage providers today include Strontium and they are happy to give us their smallest offering in their flash drive line, the NANO USB Drive. Today we will be taking a look at the Strontium's 64GB NANO USB 3.0 flash drive.
The Trion 100 is built a bit different than the previous OCZ drives we have tested. Inside, we find a Toshiba’s TC58NC controller. This is different than the Barefoot controller we are used to seeing in OCZ drives. Toshiba’s own 19nm TLC Flash is used, whereas the other OCZ drives we have tested recently have used Toshiba MLC Flash.