Synology DiskStation DS216se 2-Bay NAS Unit Review 33

Synology DiskStation DS216se 2-Bay NAS Unit Review

A fully detailed and tested review of the latest 2 bay NAS unit from Synology, the DS216se.

Samsung 850 Pro 128GB SSD Review

Today I take a look at Samsungs latest SSD, the 850 Pro 128GB. With brand new consumer NAND technology, how will it fare in our testing? Read on to see...

Samsung 840 EVO 1TB Review

The Samsung 840 EVO 1TB drive offers a low £ per GB and is still one of the world's most popular SSD's but is it worthy of an award? Read the review to find out...
Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD Review

Samsung 850 EVO 250GB SSD Review

The latest SSD from Samsung, the 850 EVO is a direct replacement for the older 840 EVO and features 32 layer 3D V-NAND technology over an MEX controller.
iStorage diskAshur Pro2 feature

iStorage diskAshur PRO2 USB 3.1 Ultra Secure HDD Review

The iStorage diskAshur PRO2 is an ultra-secure, PIN authenticated hard drive. Having won every security industry award going, we were excited to take a look.
Crucial MX200 250GB RAID0 & RAID1 Review 5

Crucial MX200 250GB RAID0 & RAID1 Review

Ever wondered how SSDs perform in RAID0 or RAID1 with up to 4 drives? We do the leg work with 4 x Crucial MX200 SSDs so you don't have to!

Kingmax KE31 480GB Portable SSD Review

Kingmax brings us the KE31. This ominous-sounding item is an unbelievably small portable SSD that comes in a tiny package weighing just 35 grams as well as utilising full speed USB3.1 speeds!

WD My Passport Ultra Metal Edition 2TB Review

Western Digital have a new USB 3.0 external HDD in the way of the My Passport Ultra Metal Edition 2TB but does it tick all the boxes to make it a worthwhile purchase? Read the review to find out...
Seagate ST4000VN000 4TB Review

Seagate ST4000VN000 4TB Review

For our first review of 2014, I took a look at the Seagate ST4000VN000 4TB NAS drive. How does it perform? Read on to find out...

Kingston HyperX Fury 16GB USB Review

Today I take a look at the Kingston Hyperx Fury 16GB USB3.0 Drive. It offers great performance and a good design but how will it hold up against the competition?