Category Archives: Storage

Announced: Samsung 1.8-inch Solid State Drive – 64GB

Samsung has began mass-producing 1.8-inch solid state drives with 64GB capacities. This is good news for ultraportable fans – the drivers help increase battery life, decrease weight, and are much more resistant to being bumped around (not that you should … Continue reading

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SanDisk Announces 64GB Solid State Drives

SanDisk has announced the addition of 64GB Solid State Drives to their flash-memory based lineup. They come in two form factors: – 1.8-inch Parallel ATA – 2.5-inch Serial ATA (SATA) SanDisk already has 32GB versions of these drives available, and … Continue reading

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HP: No Intel Turbo Memory

CNET News.com is reporting that HP will not be offering Intel’s Turbo Memory as an option on their Santa Rosa-based systems. HP did perform tests, and did see the benefits, but they also saw that overall system memory was more … Continue reading

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Review: 100GB Toshiba 1.8-inch Hard Drive

Tom’s Hardware has put together a very in-depth review of the new 1.8-inch hard drive from Toshiba, covering performance, features, etc (including power consumption) and comparing it to its predecessors – 1.8″ drives in 40Gb and 80GB capacities. The review … Continue reading

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Sony VAIO TZ – Pictures, Two Hard Drives?

It’s being reported that the Sony VAIO TZ (TZ11) Series will have both a traditional 2.5-inc spindle-based Hard Drive (up to 160GB) as well as a 1.8-inch 32GB Solid State Drive (SSD) (via Laptoping.com and Engadget). The TZ series has … Continue reading

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