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!
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!
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What is RAID? – RAID 0, 1, 5 & 10 Explained With Images

What is RAID? We explain RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5 and RAID 10 with easy to follow diagrams. We also provide pros and cons of each array to make it simple to understand
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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.
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Synology DiskStation DS116 NAS Review

The Synology DiskStation DS116 single bay NAS offers a ton of features whilst remaining competitively priced. With this being a 'value' model, how will it shape up? Read the review and find out...
Samsung 960 PRO Review

Samsung 960 PRO Review – 1TB M.2 SSD

The Samsung 960 PRO sports a new 'Polaris' controller and an intelligent 48 layer 3D V-NAND chip design. Is the 960 PRO the new retail storage performance king?
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Drevo X1 Pro 256GB SSD Review

I took a closer look at the Drevo X1 Pro 256GB SSD and put it through its paces. Is the X1 Pro 256GB the best value SSD on the market? Read the review now and find out!
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Best SSDs under £100 – 2016

If you're looking for a new SSD, then our top 5 picks of 2016 are surely going to peak your interest. Find out now what our top 5 SSDs under £100 are for 2016!
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HyperX Predator PCIe x4 HHHL 240GB SSD Review

The HyperX Predator, a PCIe x4 240GB SSD which features suggested read and write speeds which will make any proper PC enthusiast jump to get one, but are they actually any good?