Review SteelSeries Rival 310 and Sensei 310 Reviews
SteelSeries has brought two new mice to the market; the Rival 310 and Sensei 310 are very similar, but are they any good?
Includes swappable swatches, too.
First WD-branded consumer drives.
M.2 and SATA, sleep-and-charge port.
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.
The Intel 6-series chipset fiasco has cost some companies half their turnover, we found out more
Intel gives certain PC makers the go-ahead to keep using its faulty 6-series chipsets.
HighPoint's RocketHybrid card lets you combine any hard drive and SSD to make a DIY hybrid drive.
Intel has stopped shipments of its 6-series chipsets, because of a SATA design flaw.
D-Link has launched the first in a new range of home network NAS boxes, the Pulse.
Without a single whiff of fanfare, Samsung drops new SATA SSDs into Japanese and EU markets.
SanDisk has announced the integrated SSD, a 64GB chip smaller than a postage stamp.
We test Promise's budget Fastrak TX4650 PCI-Express four port SATA RAID card.
Super Talent has announced the impending launch of an SSD featuring both SATA and USB.
An internal Indilinx SSD with a USB 3 port: external storage has never been so fast!
Gigabyte is about to dip its toe into the SFF market and make its first serious mini-ITX board using the Intel H55 chipset.
WD's next gen 6Gbps Velociraptor arrives today, with double capacity of up to 600GB, a SATA 6Gbps interface and 10k RPM spindle speed.
Intel has released the latest version of its Rapid Storage Driver, which brings TRIM support to SSDs in a RAID array - although not, for some reason, RAID 5.
OCZ Technology has launched its first SSD to retail under $100 - the 32GB Onyx. The question remains - is it cheap enough for the storage space on offer?
Stop what you're doing! If you're looking to make a tiny PC, Zotac has designed what could possibly be the ultimate mini-ITX motherboard. It supports the latest LGA1156 CPUs, their integrated graphics, and is stuffed with features.
Benchmarks carried out on external storage devices show that USB 3.0 offers impressive speed gains over its predecessor - but that eSATA is still the speed king.
News spills that AMD has new 6-core CPUs, and updated mobos that include native SATA 6Gbps with Radeon HD 4290 graphics.
A prototype SSD from Marvell - designed to show off its latest controller board - demonstrates the raw power of the SATA 6Gb/s standard - albeit in read-only format.
We add Seagate's latest Barracuda XT hard disk with new Gigabyte and Asus P55 motherboards featuring SATA 6Gbps to see what performance potential, if any, the latest SATA standard offers.
Don't want a black P55 board? Gigabyte has the answer with its desirable blue design! As a direct, but cheaper competitor to Asus' P7P55 Deluxe, we found out if Gigabyte's GA-P55-UD5 board has everything and still offers value for money.
Toshiba has taken the wraps of a pair of new, ultra-small SSDs for slim notebooks and netbooks - including one unit that uses the new mini-SATA connection standard.
Gigabyte squeezes in the goods into this micro-ATX P55 motherboard. It's not all that cheap but it still squeezes in CrossFire and SLI support, as well as plenty of features. We check if it trade blows with the big boys to decide whether it's worth pairing with the popular Core i5-750.
A flaw in the PATA backwards compatibility of Marvell Semiconductors' first SATA 6Gb/s chip has lead to delays.
A pair of new MacBook Pro models introduced earlier this month seem to be equipped with a last-generation 1.5Gb/s SATA interface - a drop from earlier models' 3.0Gb/s.