Samsung helps you upgrade to SSD drives

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on August 2nd, 2011

Upgrading your hard disk is a pain, you have to backup, transfer files, and reinstall all your programs. Samsung to the rescue! Samsung will be including a full version of Norton Ghost 15 with their new SSD drives, which allows users to safely and quickly migrate their existing system data to another hard disk.

This allows users to skip the whole process of having to reinstall their OS. Plus with SSD you get increased speeds, less energy consumption and a longer lifespan. All good reasons to upgrade.

Toshiba announces first SSD drives using mini-SATA

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2009

Toshiba announces first SSD drives using mini-SATANetbook SSDs have come in several forms, but finding the right model for your machine is about to get much easier thanks to the SATA-IO working group having just announced a new mini-SATA standard called mSATA that should get it all uniform and reduce it’s footprint some.

Toshiba’s the first now with 32nm drives in 30 and 62GB sizes, but you can expect to see mSATA drives and machines from a bunch of big names in the future. Players like Samsung, Dell, HP, SanDisk, Lenovo, and STEC. We can all hold out hope that standardization will lead to lower prices as well.

InnoDisk shows off 128GB Nano SSD drives

Posted in SSD by Conner Flynn on June 4th, 2009


The InnoDisk 128GB Nano SSD drive is not your typical micro USB flash drive. It’s a full fledged 128GB beast in a micro form. Future netbooks will have more storage in less space with the InnoDisk installed, which leaves room for other cool stuff. And we do want it all in a small form factor.

It’s pretty awesome. In the video above, the tiny drive functions flawlessly with 20g’s of accelerative force being placed on it.