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Patriot Pyro Series SATA 6 Gbps SSDs Coming Soon

Just 2 weeks after Patriot launched the Wildfire SSDs, it declared to launch an impressive high performance solid state drive series known as Patriot Pyro Series.

The key features of this amazing drive is the SandForce SF-2281 Processor and SATA 3 6Gbps connection interface. In addition, it features TRIM command support alongwith DuraClass and DuraWrite for exceptional performance. It also has the RAISE(Redundant Array of Independent Silicon Elements) and a is protected by ECC(Error Checking and Correction) support.

Go Full Speed With Corsair Force GT SSD

While 2.5″ hard disk drives are certainly small, they aren’t always the fastest out of the bunch. If you’re looking for real speed and increased data dependability, you might want to look into solid state drives. The new Corsair Force GT is a SATA III drive that offers 550Mbps read and 5xx write speeds.

It even comes in an unusual red coating, which makes it stand out in comparison to similar drives. Although fast, the drives do not come cheap as solid-state technology remains to be ‘the latest & greatest’ in storage media.

Logitech Japan’s Minimalistic Drives

Logitech Japan had introduced its Master Series of Japan minimalistic-designed Mac and PC products a few years ago. The company yesterday announced a new Master Series of Japan external HDD that will be available in both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 and have storage capacities between 1 Terabyte and 3 Terabytes. The drives are scheduled to hit stores in about a week and will cost between 9,000 and 25,000 Yen ($110 – $305 USD). Hardware-wise, besides USB 3.0, there isn’t a whole lot to crave about these storage drives.

Corsair Delivers Fast Force Series 3 SSDs

Solid-state technology is great because the drives use solid-state memory to store persistent data on the disk, allowing for much quicker access to user files. Also, rather than using a rotating disk found in traditional hard disk drives, solid-state drives do not have any such spinning disk, allowing the occasional bump on the road to not affect the drive’s data.

As you may guess, solid-state drives are a bit more useful for portable gadgets like laptops and netbooks because those are devices that actually move around and are more susceptible to drops and bumps than the desktop computer that sits by your desk all day.

Introducing The All-New iStorage 256-Bit Encrypted Hard Drive

IT and business professionals worldwide, listen up! iStorage has introduced the world’s first portable, hardware encrypted drive, featuring PIN code access and storage capacities as large as 3TB! The device comes in a 3.5-inch form factor and has USB 3.0 support. A key player in portable storage and digital encryption, iStorage offers 1TB, 2TB, and 3TB versions of its latest military-grade, secure hard drive. This is the perfect drive for consumers who crave security and won’t settle for anything less when it comes to their important data.