While not one of the fastest PCIe 4 NVMe drive in benchmarks, the Atom 50 scored big time in our real life transfers. The drive is PS5 compatible, but uses HMB which isn't supported by the PS5, so performance may not match our numbers.
The Nextbase 320XR front/rear dash cam combo delivers on the company's usual style and usability, but falls short of even cheap cameras in capture detail
Cobra's SC 400D is a luxurious three-channel system (front/rear/optional interior) that takes great video, offers a large 3-inch touch display, and even integrates Alexa. But it's a high-ticket item at almost $500 with all three cameras.
The Sabrent Rocket 4 is well behind the PCIe 4 curve in synthetic benchmarks, but delivers good real world performance. It's a good cheaper option for your PC or PS5.
Whether you're looking for speed, capacity, portability, or all of the above, a USB external hard disk or SSD is a necessary complement to your desktop PC setup.
The Car and Driver Road Patrol Touch Duo dash cam's looks and large display are enticing, but captures are middling quality and there were some operational issues.
IvyBackup uses open-standard file containers (Zip and VHD) and allows local/online destinations. But it's a tad pricey for basic backup and needs better error-handling.
PNY's LX3030 PCIe 3 drive sustains long writes with the top performers and is rated for a staggering 27,000TBW per TB of capacity—many times what's offered by the average NAND SSD.
The affordable Nexar Pro dash cam's unique styling, cloud storage, and dual-channel interior/exterior captures make it a good deal for professional ride-givers
Adata's follow-on to the S70, the XPG Gammix S70 Blade replaces the older model's 96-layer TLC NAND with 176-layer NAND. It's a worthy competitor to the Samsung 980 Pro, and compatible with the PlayStation 5.
Crucial's P5 Plus NVMe SSD, the follow-on to the company's affordable and speedy P5, is faster and supports the latest PCIe 4 standard. But it's also going head to head with Samsung's 980 Pro price-wise.
The P31 NVMe SSD from SK Hynix performs like a top-tier drive even though it's priced much lower. It's also first out of the gate with 128-layer TLC.
The best free backup software or online service balances good features with enough storage space to protect your valuable data. We've tested the major players so you can find the best one for you. Read on for our reviews.
With powerful new sync and boot options, the only thing missing from version 6 of Backupper is online options, and snag-free performance.
The Seagate FireCuda 530 NVMe SSD broke all our performance records over both PCIe 3 and PCIe 4. It's pricey, but worth it for those with the need for speed.