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Newegg Black Friday 2021

Newegg Black Friday 2021 Deals

Newegg US has started its large Black Friday 2021 promotion event from November 22 to November 27. There are over 50 pages of products...

Unboxing and Review of SK hynix Gold S31 1TB SATA SSD

In August 2019, SK hynix, the world's third largest semiconductor manufacturer located in South Korea, released two new SSDs to the consumer market. In...

How to Update Your SSD Firmware

Sometimes, SSD manufacturers will provide firmware updates for their drives, especially those that are recently-released. The update will often contain bug fixes and enhancements...

TEAMGROUP Announces Massive 15.3TB QX QLC SATA SSD

It has been an exciting week, which another new record-breaking SSD is released to the market. TEAMGROUP launches the world's largest consumer-grade SSD at...
M.2 Form Factor

M.2 SSD Form Factor Explained

In recent years, the more compact M.2 form factor solid-state drives have taken over the traditional 2.5-inch in the market for high-performance storage. M.2,...

Unboxing and Review of Kingston KC600 1TB SATA SSD

While companies are shifting focus to M.2 NVMe SSD, Kingston introduced a new SATA-based SSD in late 2019. The KC600 is the successor of...

Unboxing and Review of Toshiba 1TB HDD (DT01ACA100)

The DT01ACA is the first consumer-oriented 3.5-inch hard drive lineup from Toshiba. We will be reviewing the 1 TB model in this article, codenamed...

Seagate Releases 16TB Exos X, IronWolf And IronWolf Pro HDDs

According to Seagate, the amount of data created around the world will increase from 33 Zettabytes (ZB) in 2018 to about 175 ZB by...

Unboxing and Review of Kingston UV500 480GB SATA SSD

The Kingston UV500 has decent performance as a SATA-based SSD. It comes with a 5-year warranty and is comparably-priced. It may not be the fastest one in the market, but it is more secure than others. Its AES 256-bit hardware-based encryption means keeping away unwanted access easier than ever.

PCIe vs SATA vs USB – Storage Interfaces Explained

As NAND flash technologies becoming more mature and advance in recent years, solid-state drives are now much more affordable and capable. Comparing with traditional...

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