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  1. Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB review

    Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB review

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    It was almost inevitable that a SandForce-powered Intel drive would eventually appear. With the launch of the new Intel SSD 520 Series 240GB that day has finally come.

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    Plextor M3 256GB SSD review

    Plextor M3 256GB SSD review

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    We looked at one of Plextor's first 6Gb/s rated drives last year (the PX-128M2S) and barely nine months later, the next generation is upon us in the shape of the M3 series.

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    Zalman SSD-F1 Series 240GB review

    Zalman SSD-F1 Series 240GB review

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    Yes, the Zalman SSD-F1 Series 240GB is made by the same Zalman that makes all those fancy-looking CPU coolers, among other things. This actually isn't Zalman's first go at a solid state drive (SSD) range - it previously released the Zalman N series and the S series.

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    A-Data Nobility Series N005 32GB review

    A-Data Nobility Series N005 32GB review

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    The A-Data Nobility Series N005 USB 3.0 flash drive is capable of holding a huge 32GB of data. Because it's a USB 3.0 device, when plugged into a compatible port it means transfer speeds are much zippier.

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    iStorage datAshur 8GB review

    iStorage datAshur 8GB review

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    Along with AES 256-bit encryption, iStorage devices include a numeric pad for typing in a pin, for even greater security. With the iStorage datAshur USB flash drive, physical security is packed into a nicely compact device not much bigger than a lot of other USB flash drives.

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    OCZ Octane 512GB review

    OCZ Octane 512GB review

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    The arrival of the new OCZ Octane 512GB is the most intriguing development in SSD technology in the last few years. The key theme here is high quality SSD controllers and the firmware that goes with them. They've proven very difficult to develop.

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    Samsung SSD 830 256GB review

    Samsung SSD 830 256GB review

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    The SSD 830 isn't the quickest drive, but it deals well with incompressible data, boasts high IOPS and random read/write performance, and it's well priced. If it's as reliable as it looks, the SSD 830 will be a fine drive.

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    Kingston Wi-Drive review

    Kingston Wi-Drive review

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    Wireless storage for your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch – but at a price

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