Tag "Solid State Drive"
The future of hard drive isn’t with moving parts, but rather with solid-state, like the stuff in memory cards, and if you want something beautifully designed, be prepared to pony up the cash.
The latest computers are equipped with the latest ports, and one of these is the do-anything USB Type C port, with its reversible and harder to break connector. And now Samsung’s pint-sized external drive will work with it.
Backups are super critical, but any hard drive can fail. So what do you do when it happens ?
With its two major competitors already in the market with a portable solid state drive, Lexar is using CES as its stage to announce that it too will join the fray.
After a pretty successful run with its external super fast and light solid state drive, Samsung is doing a “Bionic Man” with its new drives, making them bigger, stronger, and potentially faster.
It stands to reason that the next generation of computers will be better than anything else before, and Samsung wants to be there before anyone else, blowing eyelids off with a fast new drive that runs faster than the blink of an eye.
Samsung’s T1 drive may have set the computing world on fire with its super-fast portable solid state drive, but SanDisk is coming to show them it knows thing or two, producing a drive with twice the speed and capacity of what Samsung’s can do.
To most people, the terms “HDD” and “SSD” are just three-letter acronyms, itself an initialism (TLA) that you can use like jargon. But what do these terms really mean for you, and which one delivers better results?
Backing up is vitally important, and while many of us don't do it enough, often a lack of speed is the issue. That might be a thing of the past as Samsung finds a way to makes it super-speedy internal drives a reality outside the computer.
We’re seeing a lot of movement in the external hard drive part of the market this year at CES, and it’s probably because data is so important, but if you’re over conventional drives and prefer solid state media, Samsung has something coming for you.
Looking to speed up that ageing laptop or desktop of yours with a replaced hard drive? It’s time to consider a solid state drive, with two on the way priced for speed and cost effectiveness.
Those of you with desktops and laptops that still rely on conventional moving part hard drives have probably eyed a solid-state drive and wondered if its worth making the switch, but if you held off, there may have been a good reason.
Bigger laptops might soon have the speed of an Ultrabook while still retaining terabytes of storage, thanks to a new development from Western Digital.
We've mentioned how easy it is to make an old computer speedy and usable again with the help of a solid-state drive, but a new model from Samsung aims to make any compatible machine running faster than any hard drive out there. Does it?
If you need a new computer, but don't have the money to go all out and buy a totally new laptop, it might be worth considering an update that can give that notebook a new lease on life.
If the idea of a thin and light computer excites you, but you can't part with having less than 256GB of storage, a new set of drives from Samsung could make it easy for your current laptop to have your cake and eat it too.