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Patriot Stellar 64GB USB/OTG 3.0 Flash Drive Review

"Stellar" USB 3.0 performance and OTG functionality in a compact form factor from Patriot.
May 15th, 2014

Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G2 16GB USB Drive Review

The DataTraveler Locker+ G2 offers hardware encryption along with secure password protection.
September 26th, 2012

Patriot Memory EP Pro 32GB SDHC Review

Upgrade your pro digital camera gear with a pro 32GB SDHC memory card from Patriot.
September 4th, 2012

Mushkin Class10 SDHC Card Review

The Mushkin class 10 SD card is offered in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB storage capacities.
July 10th, 2011

Patriot SuperSonic USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review

Patriot has designed their USB 3.0 flash drive to be an all-in-one solution that integrates a native single-chip USB 3.0 controller and uses Quad-Channel memory technology.
March 2nd, 2011

NZXT Bunker Review

The NZXT Bunker allows you to securely connect up to 4 USB devices to your rig while keeping them safe from theft.
February 1st, 2011

Patriot Xporter XT Rage 32GB Review

Patriot delivers this time a USB thumb drive that promises good performance. Will it be as impressive as its other Flash-based products?
September 13th, 2010

Corsair Flash Voyager GTR 32GB Review

Flash drives are pretty much ubiquitous these days. Today we''ll look at one from Corsair which promises high speeds and a rugged design.
April 7th, 2010

Patriot Valkyrie NAS Review

What's better than just storage? Network attached storage of course! We look at Patriot's latest and it seems quite promising.
March 4th, 2010

Corsair Padlock 2 8GB Review

Keep your portable files locked away from prying eyes with the Corsair Flash Padlock 2!
February 22nd, 2010

ASUS RT-N13U Router Review

Online gaming requires the best connectivity possible. Will the new N13U from ASUS be the next step in networking or a simple router amongst others?
July 31st, 2009

QNAP TS-109 Turbo Station NAS Review

Starting a home business? Want to share files between friends and family? This Linux based QNAP TS-109 Turbo Station NAS might be just the thing you need.
January 9th, 2008

Cooler Master X-Craft USB Drive Enclosure

Backing up you data is important, and Cooler Master is helping out. The new X-Craft USB2.0 external hard drive enclosure is a beauty, and definatly worth a look.
July 5th, 2006

OCZ Rally Flash Drive Review

We look at OCZ's dual channel flash memory drive, the Rally. It combines good looks, a metal body, and high speed into a super small enclosure.
September 26th, 2005

Gigabyte GO-5232A Combo Drive Review

Gigabyte's new combo drive is marketed to be the smallest solution to all your HTPC optical drive needs. For those on a budget, does it perform the way it is supposed to?
June 19th, 2005

8X DVD Burners: AOpen and Gigabyte

Review of 8X DVD Writers: the Aopen 8800 AAN and the Gigabyte WO-0808A.
October 3rd, 2004

Thermaltake SilverRiver 5.25

External drive enclosures allow a lot of flexibility in both dats transportation or the sharing of a single drive unit among multiple computers. Thermaltake's SilverRiver 5.25 takes both optical drives and 3.25" HDD drives that hook up to an existing system through USB2.0 - take a look as we put the SilverRiver through a few hoops to see what it is capable of
September 23rd, 2004

Samsung SM-352B Combo Drive Review

Not long after we had started writing our Samsung SW-348B article, we had already received word of Samsung's NEWEST combo drive, the SM-352. This was followed soon after by us actually receiving a working sample of the drive... yes it was only March 2003 and Samsung had already created a CD-R/RW and DVD-ROM combo drive that combined the world's fastest CD-R and CD-RW burn speeds with 16X DVD read functionality.
May 23rd, 2003

52X CDRW: MSI & Samsung

The current cream of the crop in CD writers sports 52X write, 24X rewrite, 52X read speeds - speeds that would have seemed unachievable only a few years ago. However, even as processors have defied old naysayers with seemingly unstoppable speed increases, the same has been seen in optical drive development.
April 4th, 2003

Samsung SM-348B DVD/CDRW Combo Review

For the consumer market, Samsung has long been a dominating force for "combo" drives for as long we've been reviewing optical devices. These drives combine a high speed CD-R/RW drive with a DVD-ROM in a single cost effective, multi-purpose unit.
March 18th, 2003

Samsung SM-332 Combo Drive Review

At home I have a system that can support a limited number of available IDE devices, and I already have 3 Hard Drives and a CD-RW drive. Now the problem is that I have always wanted to watch DVD movies on this system, which has an otherwise good speakers and decent monitor. My friend has a Small Form Factor system, and he's faced with a similar problem: he just doesn't have the room to fit both a CD-RW burner and a DVD-ROM.
January 27th, 2003

40x CD Writer Shootout

2002 is possibly the best year so far for CD burning. Twice this year we’ve seen some serious advances to burning speeds – and now the average drive being pushed by manufacturers is a sizzling 40X (with the 48X speed burners already being released by some pioneers). These new 40X drives don’t come with a huge price premium either – you’ll find them for around $30-50 more then for a 24X or 32X burner.
July 29th, 2002

Samsung SM-308 DVD/CDRW Combo Review

When we reviewed the Samsung SM304 a few months ago it made quite a splash: Its combination of the functionality of a CD Burner with a DVD-ROM drive made it a great all-around computing tool. Now finally Samsung has released its amazing new brother, the SM-308.
August 6th, 2001

QPS Que! Fire External CD-RW 16x10x40 Review

As far as CD Burners go, external drives are where it’s at. Being able to use the drive at home, work, school, a friend’s, and not to mention those “unforeseen” situations, is a real boon. The external drive in question today is the Que! Fire CD-RW 16x/10x/40x which supports both Mac and PC, extending its value even further.
April 26th, 2001

Samsung SW212 12x8x32x CDRW Review

With 16x drives coming onto the market the price of 12x drives will soon be plunging due to the unstoppable forces of market satuaton. Into this fray jumps Samsung with their SW-212, a 12/8/32 CD-RW drive. With this drive, Samsung takes a bold approach; instead of using the delicious new BURN-Prof style technologies they slap on a whopping 8MB of buffer memory. Will this be enough to cover Samsung's gambit? Will their drive rise to fame as the king of 12x Burners or will it plunge into the depths of Buffer Underrun hell? Read this article to find out.
April 19th, 2001
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