Wide Variance Based on Capacity
Viper just launched the VPN100 NVMe drives. We got a sneak peek at these during CES, but now we get the detailed rundown of specs. The speeds are amazing! However, the speeds are just pretty good as well. Why? Because different capacities are changing the max speeds the drive can handle. Also, it’s interesting that the 1 TB option is the fastest of the bunch. Continue reading “Viper VPN100 NVMe SSDs have Interesting, Blazing Speeds”
Got a need for speed?
Whether you’re planning on it or not, external storage is often a key feature to many. We’ve recently been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to look at various options from iStorage-UK; and we thought it would be a good idea to share our thoughts with you. Should you consider spending the extra cash on faster, more reliable storage? Let’s explore this a little further…
Continue reading “Encrypted External Storage – HDD or SSD – ft. iStorage-UK”
External Meets Encryption, SSD style…
When looking into the storage world, you’ll soon realize that SSDs will eventually take over as the default storage medium; it makes complete sense that we also have external SSDs that are becoming the norm. With that in mind, iStorage-UK is bringing us a super secure, encrypted SSD (solid state drive) that is targeted at the pros on the move with sensitive data that needs to be accessed rapidly; meet the diskAshur 2…
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What’s a QVO?
We need to discuss how to pronounce QVO first. The Evo series appeared to be short for “evolution,” so I can only imagine what the 860 QVO series is going for. If we go with a long E, then we might have something like “Queevo.” Of course a short E might be more appropriate to the phonics of the letter Q. Quevvo? Continue reading “Samsung Offers Affordable Multi-TB SSDs, 860 QVO Series”
Who is Eluktronics?
You would be forgiven if you asked who Eluktronics is. To be fair, I was actually looking for a completely different NVMe drive when I stumbled across them. On the other hand, I’m glad I did. The company looks like it became an official business in 2011. All considering, that’s incredibly young even for a tech biz. The large portion of their products seems to come from laptops. If you’ve ever wanted a BYO option for a gaming laptop, this is the company to check out. I might address that more later, but let’s get back to the NVMe drive. Continue reading “This Affordable 1TB NVMe Drive is from… Eluktronics?”
There have been multiple reports of the CPU giant releasing a new SSD. The Intel 660p NVMe SSD will be priced extremely competitively. In fact, it is merely cents away from being at the typical price per GB factor that you get with SATA drives. Is now the time that SATA finally dies? Continue reading “Is This The Death of SATA? Ft. Intel 660p NVMe SSDs”