Recently our big brother website, The SSD Review, posted an article outlining the standard performance of the Plextor M6V. The article looked at the throughput through your standard SATA 3 (6Gb/s) port, and if you take a read through the article you can see that this value oriented drive provided very consistent performance. While we could sit here and regurgitate the …Read More »
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ADATA HD720 External Hard Disk (1TB) Review – Durability At Its Finest!
Today we are looking at the latest, ultra durable external hard disk drive available from ADATA, the HD720. A few weeks ago we had the opportunity to look at the HD710A, which had a little different purpose, mainly for targeting the Mac market. The HD720 is your solution to water, dust and shock. Keep reading to find out more! TERMINOLOGY AND …Read More »
Plextor M6e Black Edition PCI Express SSD Review
With the onset of spring approaching quicker and quicker, so does the urge to beginning your spring cleaning and clearing. When it comes to your PC, it’s generally not a bad idea to take that to heart and clean out your computer at least once a year to keep things running as smooth as can be. This could be as …Read More »
OCZ RevoDrive 350 PCIe SSD (480 GB) Review – Incredible Performance Reaching 1800 MB/s
Today, Technology X has the opportunity to check out a different style of solid state drive, the OCZ RevoDrive 350 PCIe SSD. Last week we played with the Samsung XP941, a slightly different form factor from the RevoDrive 350, but much the same concept in terms of performance and function. While the XP941 is designed with the smaller form factor in …Read More »
Samsung XP941 Native PCIe M.2 SSD (512GB) Review – 1GB/s Transfer Speeds Set The Bar
As we have previously mentioned in our review of the Plextor M6M solid state drive, it is important to remember that SSD’s can come in different shapes and sizes. Not all drives are going to be the 2.5″ form factor and fit perfectly into your ultra book or desktop. We spoke briefly about the mSATA form factor and that you will …Read More »
Plextor M6M mSATA SSD (256GB) Review – Reliable Storage In A Small Package
If you happen to pop off the bottom casing of your laptop and find out that your 2.5″ disk drive is nowhere to be found, do not panic. Instead, it’s possible that your laptop may be utilizing a different form factor than the 2.5″ drive. When it comes to solid-state drives, there are three main form factors that you should …Read More »
Crucial M550 SSD (512GB) Review – Consistent Performance Never Looked So Good!
Our report today examines Crucial’s latest SATA 3 SSD release, the M550 2.5″ 512GB SSD. The M550 is directed towards the personal computing market and is advertised with increased performance, expanded battery life for mobile users, a more fluid set of form factors and the standard high capacities. The Crucial M550 2.5″ SSD features the SATA III (6Gbps) interface as …Read More »
Intel 730 SSD Reviewed Breaking 1GB/s in RAID0
Typically when most individuals think of Intel, their thoughts drift to that of Intel’s superiority in the CPU market, even though their product diversity is far more vast then some can imagine. Intel’s products range from CPU’s to chipsets, integrated graphics processing units, server components, and solid-state drives. Today, Technology X has the opportunity to take an in-depth look at the …Read More »
OCZ Vertex 460 SSD Review (240GB) – Great Performance At An Awesome Price!
January was quite eventful for OCZ; first finalizing their acquisition by Toshiba, going through a name change to OCZ Storage Solutions and even better yet, releasing their new Vertex 460 SSD. It is quite commendable to persevere through their acquisition, and still be able to produce a drive that is of high quality. Yes, that may be due to new partnerships …Read More »
VisionTek Go Drive SSD Review (240GB)
VisionTek is an American-based company that traditionally has been known for graphic cards, and started to get their feet wet in memory and flash storage back in 2011. This summer VisionTek released the Go Drive consumer SSD lineup, and here at Technology X we get the opportunity to test out the 240GB VisionTek Go Drive. Before we get started, it …Read More »