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Verbatim's 128GB SSD keeps data super-secure by never letting you write over it.
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The PNY CS2140 performs like a mid-tier drive, but it's available for lowball prices
Sabrent's Rocket 4 Plus lives up to its name, delivering near top-tier performance at a mid-range price. The 2TB version outperformed the pricier Samsung 980 Pro.
Seagate's new SSDs and hard drives look like the Mandalorian's favorite steel from Star Wars.
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.
This super cute SSD still packs 2TB of capacity and NVMe 4.0 capability
'UltraRAM' might make separate devices for computer storage and memory a thing of the past.
Second-gen PCIe 4.0 SSDs are still fresh out of the oven but Samsung's already showing off a blazing-fast PCIe 5.0 SSD that makes them look downright pokey.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to stay safe online, with the proliferation of threats and the new and complex ways that cybercriminals can target people.
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The strength of the Aruba Instant On AP11D is that the design and feature set support the modern, flexible, and mobile way of working.
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