Toshiba A100 240GB SSD Unboxing and Test

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The Toshiba A100 is a nicely priced SSD for the upgrader. Available in a couple of different sizes the A100 comes in a simple cardboard box without any cables or wiring, assuming you have what you need to get it going. Ideal for slotting into a laptop, PlayStation or a desktop to hold your OS. In this video, we take a quick look at the device before throwing it into a desktop a bench marking the drive with CrystalDiskMark and CCISOBench. Toshiba 3-bit-per-cell NAND Flash High-speed boot-up and operation Fast system responsiveness…

Synology Debuts an Array of Cutting-Edge Products during Computex

Synology has unveiled new products and software solutions at their private Solution Exhibition located at the Taipei Eslite Xin-Yi Store during Computex 2017. Highlights of the exhibition include an all-new network security product line Security Gateway, OS-level virtualization applications, backup solutions for G Suite/Office 365, seamless collaboration tools for businesses, retail surveillance solutions,  and more.  In addition,  a  pioneering desktop  all-flash array  FS1018,  new  DiskStation models  powered by  the new-generation  Intel® processor DS918+ and DS718+, and surveillance-dedicated NVR1218 and VS960HD are also introduced to the public for the first time.…

You will be wanting the iosafe 216

The ioSafe 216 is a fireproof and waterproof, network connected, multi-drive NAS/RAID storage device for terabytes of your precious or business data. Designed to be the centre of your private cloud, the ioSafe 216 is powered by a Synology DSM motherboard and operating system. It allows for fast access on your local network and remote access from nearly any device connected to the internet – all secured and protected by you. The ioSafe 216 is designed and assembled by ioSafe in California – a data storage company with a vision…

Kingston’s dongle says size matters!

At CES in Las Vegas, Kingston announced its new DataTraveler Ultimate GT flash drive. With 2TB of storage, it is the world’s largest capacity flash drive. Despite looking a bit bloated, you will now have plenty of storage for all of your kid videos and cat photos. The drive has a metal alloy case for shock resistance. It sports USB 3.1 through a USB Type-A connector, but sadly lacks USB-C — time to break out the dongle. Jean Wong, Flash business manager explains, “At Kingston, we push the limits of…

Toshiba has great prices on SD cards!

Following our review yesterday of the Toshiba Exceria Pro UHS-II SDHC card we decide to have a poke around the web to see the prices of the range and just what Toshiba was offering. Turns out, the Toshiba is one of the best value SD card storage solutions for UK customer online, right now. Amazon are selling the Toshiba Exceria M302 128GB Micro SD £28.98. This is the U3 variant specialised for 4K/full HD recording.

Toshiba Exceria Pro UHS-II U3 SDHC review

The Toshiba Exceria Pro UHS-II SDHC card comes with the latest of USB Bus Speed technologies built in. Notable by a new pin layout, the first-row pins are used for the normal transfer, at regular speeds alongside higher speeds and UHS-I bus interface signals,  a second row of pins are used for the UHS-II signals. Their combined efforts can produce record breaking speed and earn them the title of the World’s Fastest SD Cards. The Exceria Pro UHS-II has been available in 16 and 32GB capacities for some time, now…

ADAM elements announces new iKlips DUO+

After two successful Indiegogo campaigns for the earlier products iKlips and iKlips DUO, which raised just over US $560,000, ADAM elements launches its third generation Apple Lightning flash drive iKlips DUO+ with an improved design for thick and waterproof cases. iKlips DUO+ is the latest version of ADAM elements’ successful iKlips flash storage device for iPhone and iPad. At just one-third the physical size of the DUO, the DUO+ provides the same storage expansion and file transfer functionality for iOS devices, in the smallest, most stylish package available on the market.…

Toshiba Canvio Connect II Unboxing and Review

A little big external drive that promises some goodies on the box proves to be something of a mixed bag. A functional hard drive with a £45 price tag for 1tb mixes average USB 3.0 speed with a host of rubbishy third party additions to extend the appeal.