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Rick gets his hands dirty with Skydance's VR zombie game.
Is this charming puzzle game safe to cross, or is it jaywalking toward disaster?
WD Gold hard drives, that is.
Aims to drive down multi-terabyte SSD storage.
No word on pricing, though.
Less than £100 for nearly 500GB, but how does it perform?
Improved reliability, compatibility.
Micron launches 7.68TB 2.5" SATA drive.
Just two models at launch.
First WD-branded consumer drives.
More SATA ports, too.
Cut-price version of the TS-215.
M.2 and SATA, sleep-and-charge port.
Adds USB 3.0 to boot.
Likely to make your wallet weep.
2012's promise is the product of today.
Western Digital has announced the Red family of hard drives, designed for NAS use.
The SATA-IO group has announced a new standard for portable storage: USM Slim.
HGST is due to show off a range of SSDs with SAS-12Gb/s high-speed interfaces.
Microsemi has released details of an SSD with a rugged SATA connector for industrial and military use.
Korean cable company WireDream claims its £190 SATA cables boost digital audio quality.
DRAMeXchange has published a list of industry trends which includes a timescale for adoption of SATA Express.
Hitachi has announced an ultra-slim 500GB hard drive destined for Ultrabooks: the TravelStar Z7K.
Gigabyte details plans to ship motherboards with on-board mSATA ports.
MSI has announced that it’s shipping new Sandy Bridge motherboards with the revised B3 chipset.
February 17 2020 | 09:00
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