Not many people use bare drives anymore, but for those who do, having a solid drive dock is crucial. Check out our review of the OWC USB-C Drive Dock, a dual-bay high performance drive dock for 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch SSDs and HDDs.
The SanDisk Ultra 3D is an affordable and fast SSD aimed at replacing legacy hard drives in your system. The 1TB model is now on sale for a great price over at Amazon.
The 2013 Mac Pro has finally received a third party SSD upgrade. OWC today announced the Aura for Mac Pro, a 1TB or 2TB SSD upgrade for Apple’s latest flagship Mac Pro. The drives are available for pre-order today, and will ship in late December.
Our Thunderbolt 2 testing hardware has just arrived, and we have early benchmark results to share on the performance of the Pegasus2 R4 equipped with four 1TB Samsung 840 EVO SSDs. Read on to see just how fast Thunderbolt 2 is compared to its predecessor.
Modern Apple products are virtually impossible to upgrade, but it wasn’t always this way. Join us as we perform some invasive surgery, and upgrade the CPU, SSD, and RAM of an Early 2006 iMac.
PC enthusiasts are always looking to squeeze more performance from their hardware, and now Intel is happy to provide another avenue by which to do so. The company will demonstrate how to overclock an SSD next month at the Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco.
Hard drive giant Seagate has finally entered the consumer solid state storage game by announcing the release of its first consumer SSD products early Tuesday. The company unveiled two new products for consumers and power users: the 600 and 600 Pro. The Seagate 600 is a traditional SATA III SSD available in 120, 240, and 480GB capacities. Perhaps most interesting, the drive is available in both 7mm and 5mm height configurations, allowing users to fit one into the increasingly slim…
Those looking for a large SSD should head over to Rakuten.com (formerly Buy.com), where the 500GB Samsung 840 SSD is on sale for $259 after a $25 coupon, good through March 21, 2013. The 840 may not be as fast as its well-reviewed “Pro” sibling, but at $0.52 per gigabyte it’s a great price on a drive that will safely outperform a 2.5-inch hard drive. Newegg and Amazon have the drive currently priced at $370 and $330, respectively.