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G-Drive Slim SSD 500GB review: Speedy storage at a reasonable price

External drives are getting faster, smaller and larger in storage capacity every year. With so many options to choose from, it can be difficult to narrow down the right one for you. The G-Drive Slim SSD by G-Technology has a few things going for it: a nice design, fast storage, a light/compact form factor and […]

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My Passport SSD from WD: Fast data storage in your pocket

This article has been sponsored by Western Digital. (All opinions remain our own.) It’s crazy to think that I can now fit 1TB of blazing-fast digital storage in my pocket. It’s not so long ago that a 2GB USB stick felt like a luxury! Now Western Digital may be late to the portable SSD game, […]

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iStorage diskAshur Pro hard drive review: PIN-protected, portable storage

The Good: The diskAshur Pro has an unassuming design (which is good in this case), good layers of security and is easy to use. The Bad: It will cost you significantly more than a standard USB 3.0 hard drive, but that’s the price for extra security. The Bottom Line: If the Cloud or a personal hard drive doesn’t […]

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Brinell External SSD Review: Premium Design & Powerful Performance

A hard drive is unlikely to be the best looking device or accessory you’ll ever pull out of your bag, but this external SSD by a German brand called Brinell is certain to change that.

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WD Black² Dual Drive Review: A Convenient Combination Of SSD Performance & Storage

The WD Black2 excels in it’s ability to combine a significant performance boost with plenty of storage in a single drive. If that’s a combo you’ll value; this may be the hard drive upgrade for you.

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OCZ Vertex 450 (256GB) SSD Review

In the SSD space, OCZ has already established themselves as one of the leading brands with products like the Vertex 4 and the flagship Vector.

With their acquisition of Indilinx back in 2011, they’ve now produced the Vertex 450 using in-house components giving them more control…

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Sandisk Extreme II SSD (240GB) Review

Affordability and top notch performance, these are two words that lie predominantly in our minds when considering SSD upgrades. As far as affordable upgrades go, SanDisk’s Extreme II 240GB SSD is definitely one to consider, but with so many alternatives out there – does this SSD really bring anything new to the table? Priced at […]

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Kingston HyperX 3K SSD (120GB) Review

When Solid State Drives (SSDs) were first released, you were expected to pay an arm and a leg for the luxury of quietness, reliability and full on performance benefits they offer. As time has passed though, SSDs are becoming a lot more affordable and there’s very few reasons not to invest in upgrading your current […]

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Sandisk ReadyCache SSD Review

Do you own a desktop PC that’s lagging behind? Maybe you’ve already been considering a replacement for it but don’t have the cash to splash out. If that sounds familiar – I feel your pain. Over the years, as software has become more and more advanced, the components in our machines have inevitably become obsolete […]

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What To Do When Your Computer is Slowing Down

We’ve all been there, whether its the hour glass for Windows users or the rainbow circle for Macs, when your computer is slowing down on a regular basis it isn’t a good sign. The positive thing is, there’s a bunch of things you can do to help nudge the speed and performance of your machine […]