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Seagate launches ‘world’s fastest’ SSD

Seagate has just announced what it says is the ‘world’s fastest’ SSD, capable of 10Gbps throughput. Seagate’s new drive is compliant with the Open Compute Project specification and makes use of the NVMe protocol, allowing it to achieve these massive speeds. According to Seagate, this SSD is ‘production ready’ so …

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Samsung launches 15TB V-NAND SSD

Samsung has just launched the world’s biggest SSD, packing in a massive 15TB of storage space into a 2.5-inch enclosure. The design was announced back in August last year but the 15TB drive is now actually available. This isn’t a drive aimed at consumers though. For starters, a 15TB SSD …

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Help charity, play games with Will Ferrell

Despite all the hate that most of the gaming press has been heaping on its readers as of late, in some sort of strange instance of chastising the hand that feeds it, gamers aren’t actually a bunch of misogynistic, hateful, basement dwellers. In-fact, a vast majority are well adjusted adults …

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Fix your Xbox One Bruce Lee style

Since I first learned to build and take apart my own PC, my confidence in my abilities and my technical know how has gradually increased over time. I’m not daunted by the idea of opening up an electronic product and having a look to see what’s wrong – whether I …

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ADATA gets aggressive on portable storage pricing

From the 3.5″ floppy through to the USB pen drive, we have all gotten used to carrying data with us. As our demands have grown, so has the requirement for storage capacity. And we also want it cheap. Looks like ADATA’s price aggression might yield a solution. How much storage …

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Patriot goes Supersonic with Mini data transfer

While most data transfers actually happen at a terrific speed, there’s still that ‘tapping your fingers – waiting for it to be over’ feeling when you need to move a big chunk of data quickly. Patriot has now launched the Supersonic Mini which it hopes will go some way to …

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ADATA gets A-ggressive with A price

At KitGuru, our love of a bargain is matched only by our love of alliteration. When we saw the ‘A’ rated deal from AData on portable drives, we could not resist. Either. So what’s on offer and for how much?  KitGuru checks out the latest in desirable drive deals. While …

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Corsair Accelerator 30GB and 60GB SSD Review

Even though solid state drives have come down significantly in price over the past year, cache drives are still quite popular with those who want to enjoy the performance gains an SSD has to offer, without a large expense.  They can also be added to existing mechanical hard drive systems …

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Kingston drops price bomb on 60GB

While the overall price of SSD’s have been falling for a good year now, the ‘really crazy’ deals have normally been on things like refurbished stock. News in from one of the UK’s biggest resellers, shows that the price of brand new drives has dropped further than anyone thought possible …

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Aria slashes pricing on 3TB and 4TB drives

It was almost a year ago that the world’s weather patterns combined to cause the tragedy of the Thailand floods. Alongside the loss of life, Western Digital’s hard drive production was knocked for six and the world suffered huge increases in price. As KitGuru predicted, summer 2012 saw prices return …

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Google’s answer to cloud storage launching soon

Google has a massive ecosystem, they cover everything from mobile operating systems to blogs. Perhaps the one and only thing I can think of that they have been missing so far is a cloud storage system and if recent reports are to be believed this will soon be changing. According …

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Hard drive prices drop as SSD sales get a boost

With Western Digital’s competitors pushing hard to increase production, the market itself has found a stabilising point for hard drives. Well, they couldn’t keep going up forever. Could they? KitGuru does a quick Scan and comes back with good news. Back on 3rd November, KitGuru brought you news that the …

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2.3 Billion USB 3 Devices?

KitGuru takes a lot of photos and shoots a lot of video. We lament the lack of IEEE1394 on many new systems. USB2 is OK, but not quite what we need. We want something faster. And we want our friends to have it too. The wonderful folk at IDC have …

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