Corsair, Kingston and Transcend On-The-Go USB Flash Drives There was a time just recently when there were no USB On-The-Go (OTG) flash drives on the market, but now there are hundreds of different models from dozens of brands. OTG USB flash drives are often referred to as dual-drives due to the fact they feature Micro-USB …more
Kingston DataTraveler Mini 3.0 Flash Drive There are so many options for USB flash drives, sometimes it can be impossible to choose one model to fit everybody’s needs. Kingston knows this and has enough models that finding one to suit a specific need should be fairly easy. Their smallest USB 3.0 flash drive is the …more
SanDisk Connect Wireless Flash Drive 64GB As more mobile devices come online, there needs to be alternative ways to get data on and off the various tablets, computers and smartphones. Putting data online in a cloud is one way, however that uses precious mobile data plans. If you are traveling with several people each with …more
SanDisk Extreme Pro USB 3.0 Flash Drives Promise Fast Transfer Speeds When you have been using and reviewing USB Flash Drives since 2002 when they were 8MB in capacity it is pretty hard to get excited by them. The market is flooded with them as online retailers like Newegg currently list 6,192 products in their …more
Lexar 16GB High-Performance microSDHC UHS-I card (633x) Earlier this month at the Consumer Electronics Show we got a chance to sit down and meet with Lexar and talk about some of their upcoming products for 2014. During that meeting we got our hands on their upcoming high-performance microSD UHS-I cards 633x (95MB/s). The current high-end …more
G.SKILL Ripjaws DDR3L 2133MHz 8GB Kit F3-2133C11D-8GRSL Earlier this month we took an in-depth look at the G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB 1866MHZ CL11 memory kit that is sold under part number F3-1866C11D-8GRSL for $82.99 shipped. We found that running faster DDR3L memory in newer systems powered by 4th Generation Intel Haswell processors to be very …more
Corsair’s Voyager GO Brings micro-USB to Flash Drives Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show, Corsair announced the Flash Voyager GO USB 3.0 flash drive in 64GB, 32GB, and 16GB capacities. This drive was developed to make it simple to share movies, photos and videos between Android powered devices and the traditional PC. The magic to making this work is that …more
G.SKILL Ripjaws F3-1866C11D-8GRSL If you are building an Intel NUC or Gigabyte BRIX PC powered by an Intel Haswell processor you might have noticed that 1.35V Low Voltage DDR3 SO-DIMM memory is needed for your system build. It’s not every day that you build a desktop PC that uses notebook memory, but many of these …more
Corsair Vengeance Pro 1866MHz DDR3 DRAM Introduction Corsair is a top dog in the memory market. They’re the #1 most awarded manufacturer of high performance memory and have been making enthusiast-grade memory longer than anyone else. Today we’ll be looking at the 1866MHz 16GB (CMY16GX3M2A1866C9) DDR3 memory kit that was released by Corsair in the …more
ADATA XPG V2 DRAM Review ADATA might not be the biggest kid on the block, but they do specialize in various memory and storage related products, in which this specialization should help them churn quality products. In fact, ADATA has the most award-winning product designs, which does show their enthusiasm to providing top-notch memory solutions …more
The SanDisk Extreme microSDXC UHS-I memory card series are said to be the perfect companion for your smartphone, tablet and cameras. With read speeds of up to 80MB/s and write speeds of up to 50 MB/s the 64GB card also just happens to be the fastest 64GB microSDXC card available. Read on to see how this memory card performs when we test it out on a PC with a USB 3.0 card reader and on our Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone!
The Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 Generation 3 USB 3.0 Flash drive has been redesigned with a slim new case and improved transfer speeds. We take the Kingston DataTraveler Ultimate 3.0 G3 32GB capacity drive for a test drive and see if this device is worthy of holding your important data on the go!
Transcend recently launched the Ultimate SDHC/SDXC Ultra High Speed I (UHS-I) memory card series. These cards are rated as having read/write speeds up to 80/40 MB per second! Today, we take a look at the Transcend 64GB SDXC Ultimate memory card to see how it performs and where it fits in a market that already has dozens of SDXC UHS-I memory cards available!
Transcend says that you can unlock the full potential of your high-speed memory cards with the RDF8 USB 3.0 multi-card reader. We take a quick look at the Transcend RDF8 USB 3.0 memory card reader and put it to the test with a UHS-1 speed rated 32GB SDHC card. Read on to find out how the Transcend RDF8 performs and what issues, if any, that we ran into!