Samsung is upping the ante, releasing the Samsung 850 EVO SSD in large capacity sizes. We review the 2TB verion of this stunning series that offers enthusiast class speed but is competitive in pricing. Armed with truckloads of performance and that attractive pricing, Samsung will once again set the tone.
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In this review we test the new M.2. and mSATA models of the Samsung 850 EVO Series SSDs. Seriously nice storage technology as they are hyper fast, yet made to be very competitive in pricing. Armed with truckloads of performance and that attractive pricing, Samsung will shock and awe you...
We review the 7cm - 30 gram - Samsung T1 Portable SSD. It is the fastest portable storage to date on USB 3.0, combined with the DNA of an SSD it can reach 450 MB/sec on both reads and writes - making this a VERY fast storage unit. In fact this product houses the very latest 3D Vertical NAND. Our sample has been equipped with a 500 GB SSD and if you are on the move, this great looking device might just be what the doctor ordered.
In this review we test the 500 GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD. The new SSD is a stunning series of storage technology as it is has enthusiast class speed, yet is made to be very competitive in pricing. Armed with truckloads of performance and that attractive pricing, Samsung will shock and awe you...
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In this review we test the 1TB Samsung 850 Pro SSD. A lovely piece of technology. An SSD that is extremely fast and actually amongst the handful of fastest storage units we have ever tested. Head on over into the review.
We review the Samsung I9300 Galaxy S III, Under the motto 'three times is a charm' Samsung releases their Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone. The screen of the S3 is a McDonald's super sized 4.8" Big Mac that tops even the HTC Titan II, yes, the display screen is massive. Will this Ice Cream Sandwich powered device be all we want it to be?
We test the latest Samsung Spinpoint F3 HD203WI HDD. it comes with 2TB that's 2000 GB of storage and sells at an incredible 117 EUR these days. But does it perform at the very least reasonably ?