Don't-Miss Storage Stories
The future of storage is here: Intel's 750-series SSD features NVMe and over-the-top performance.
Encrypted storage on a stick is expensive, so consider security method as well before you buy. We test examples of each approach.
Crucial’s older SSDs were only middling performers that deserved to be discounted, but the MX200 can hang with the best around.
Samsung’s T1 external USB 3.0 SSD is extremely small and light, promises excellent longevity by virtue of its 3D NAND storage, and even better--is extremely fast.
Samsung's 850 EVO brings its 3D NAND to consumers in a cheaper package than its Pro series.
The first remotely manageable, FIPS 140-2 level 3 validated USB stick that can run Windows To Go. Pricey, but nicely done.
And if ease of use is what you're looking for, you're golden. But if you need a top-performing RAID enclosure, the Drobo Mini is not the droid you're looking for.
Push in some spare drives like you're popping a SIM card into a phone. This little enclosure does the rest.
An SSD upgrade will boost your PC's performance. Upgrading to two SSDs in RAID 0 will render it mind-bendingly fast.
If you need FIPS 140-2 certified storage, this USB 3.0 drive delivers.
Cloud storage is great, until you don't have Internet access. A portable hard drive lets you access your data anywhere.