Drives & Storage
by Steven Wong ·Posted 09/06/2023
Designed to provide reliable performance and versatility, the G-RAID MIRROR 2-Bay RAID Array from SanDisk Professional enhances your professional workflow while adding peace of mind. Available with 12TB, 16TB, 24TB, 36TB, or 44TB of raw storage across two enterprise-grade 7200 rpm hard drives, the G-RAID MIRROR delivers the capacity to back up your large media clips and other important files.
by Stepan Andranikian ·Posted 09/12/2023
Traveling content creators rejoice: Crucial has just stepped up its game with the introduction of the X10 Pro and X9 Pro portable SSD lineup, bringing high-speed transfer rates into an incredibly compact and durable form factor. Build Manufacturers are consistently looking to produce smaller and lighter SSDs―it keeps the
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted 08/03/2023
There's no question that SSDs are not only becoming more of a mainstay, but also increasing in their overall capacity. To this end, Crucial has further bolstered its lineup with the X9 Pro USB 3.2 Gen 2 Portable SSD and X10 Pro USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 Portable SSD, both of which are well suited for use
0 Views ·Posted 04/20/2023
SanDisk Professional has launched the PRO-BLADE system, a brand-new, modular, hot-swappable, portable SSD product line for capturing film and photography directly from your camera. Follow along to get a deep dive into this new ecosystem and its top features. 0:00 - Introduction 3:00 - How the Pro-Blade Ecosystem Works 12:33 - Pro-Blade Station Versatility 14:34 - How the Pro-Blade System Compares to Traditional Drives and its Key Features 23:20 - Pro-Blade Media Workflow 27:18 - What Cameras are Compatible with the Pro-Blade Drive? 30:45 -
0 Views ·Posted 04/02/2023
Speed and simplicity are the names of the game with SanDisk Professional's PRO-BLADE storage lineup. In this video, Doug Guerra demonstrates how this robust and flexible system will streamline your production and editing processes. 0:00 - Introduction 0:46 - What is the SanDisk Professional PRO-BLADE Ecosystem? 1:26 - How Does it Work? 3:46 - Specs 8:15 - Final Thoughts Do you use any of the SanDisk Professional PRO-BLADE products in your workflow? If yes, tell us why you like them, in the Comments section, below.
0 Views ·Posted 03/19/2023
Are you tired of losing your data? In this video, Matt Zefi presents a simple and seamless solution for backing up your data using a variety of DAS. What are your own tips for backing up your data? Do you agree with Zefi's techniques? 0:00 - Introduction 0:37 - Backing-Up Basics 1:13 - Image Backup of Your Computer 1:47 - Smaller Setups 2:19 - Medium- and Large-Sized Setups 4:53 - Software and Hardware RAID 6:35 - File Sync 7:02 - Mobile Drive 7:31 - Hard Drive Health 7:45 - Cloud Solutions
by Mos Khan ·Posted 12/16/2022
2022 was a big year for Lexar, especially for its SSD Department, which launched three new SSDs in the latter half of the year. The new drives, the Lexar NM800 Pro, NM620 and a 2TB version of the NS100, are
by Richard Stevens ·Posted 11/23/2022
A few years ago, I realized my family had a media problem: our movies, home videos, music, and pictures were scattered all over the place. Some media was stuck on physical discs, a bunch of it was stored on unlabeled thumb drives, and some were even trapped on old, obsolete computers. Even worse, it was all dumb; we had no sensible way of accessing and managing our multimedia library. Like many of you, my 2020 was spent mostly indoors, so consolidating and organizing our media became a project. But I underestimated how long it would take to
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted 11/17/2022
Earlier this year, Crucial added a 4TB storage option to its popular X8-series of external SSDs. Like the other storage options in the X8 lineup, the 4TB model promises fast transfer times, a slim, sturdy design, and enough storage to hold a small library’s worth of data. To see whether it could live up to those lofty promises, we took the 4TB X8 External SSD home for a weeklong hands-on review. Design When it comes to external
by John-Paul Pale… ·Posted 11/14/2022
QNAP has always offered a variety of NAS- and RAID-compatible solutions that can be used for virtually any computing, networking, and storage need. The brand’s latest offerings, the TVS-hx74 and TS-x64 series, are no exception and feature upgrades that will help users and businesses further excel. The TVS-hx74 ZFS NAS for Virtualization Applications The TVS-hx74 series, which is made up of the QNAP TVS-h474 4-Bay NAS Enclosure
by William Min ·Posted 11/01/2022
Optimized for PC and console gamers, as well as creatives, the Samsung 990 PRO SSD is designed for next-gen gaming and demanding productivity tasks, such as 3D rendering, 4K video editing, and more. The 990 PRO SSD features the PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe 2.0 interface, as well as an 8nm controller. For fast performance, the 990 PRO delivers sequential read and write speeds of 7,450 MB/s and 6,900 MB/s, respectively. In addition, the 990 PRO SSD
by Steven Wong ·Posted 10/05/2022
Whether you’re hiking through forests or trekking across the city, you can be assured that the portable PRO-G40 SSD from SanDisk Professional will keep your 4K videos, RAW photos, and other large files safe. Featuring 1TB and
by Steven Wong ·Posted 08/23/2022
The newly launched line of SanDisk Professional G-DRIVE Enterprise-Class External Hard Drives provides video editors, content creators, and other professionals with the storage and speed for data-intensive projects. Available in capacities ranging from 4TB to 22TB using 7200 rpm Ultrastar hard drives, the latest G-DRIVE can reach read and write speeds between 250 Mb/s and 280 MB/s. With an
by Shawn C. Steiner ·Posted 08/23/2022
It’s safe to say that Samsung’s T-series SSDs are the best around. Their blend of performance, size, and price can’t be matched. The T7 is the current gen, but Samsung is doing great work in expanding the functionality of the series. Most recently the brand ruggedized it, resulting in the T7 Shield.
by Mos Khan ·Posted 08/15/2022
Western Digital is releasing a new version of its NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSDs called the WD_BLACK SN850X. The SN850X—the updated version of the SN850 solid-state drive originally released in 2020—includes a built-in heatsink and is designed specifically for those who want top-of-the-line performance.