Posts Tagged ‘storage’

Amazon is offering multiple storage capacities of the Samsung T5 USB-C SSD at discounted rates of up to 33% off right now.

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Getting iOS 10 storage full messages? Here’s a trick that will help you free up GBs of space on your iPhone or iPad without jailbreak.

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Samsung has upped the ante in the mobile device storage world by introducing a new range of products that could spell disaster for current microSD card technology.

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SanDisk has just announced the world’s fastest microSD memory card for high performance smartphones and video capturing devices. Here are the details, including availability and pricing.

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SanDisk has unveiled some new USB flash drives, with the company’s Dual Drive lineup gaining Type-C connector, and a host of storage ranging from 16GB all the way up to the 128GB flavor.

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Here’s how to quickly and cheaply upgrade your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro’s storage space the easy way using Transcend’s JetDrive Lite cards.

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SanDisk makes some of the best storage solutions around, and whether you’re in the market for a big SSD or a small microSD card, SanDisk will likely have something that will fit the performance needs or the price range that you are looking for.

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Want to connect a microSD card to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch? This is the accessory you need which will add a slot for microSD cards on your device.

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Most users of digital devices containing some kind of storage will be aware that the quoted capacity doesn’t usually tell the entire story. But once we’ve established that 16GB does not equate to the full 16GB, why do some devices only offer 8GB of available storage out of the box, while others offer 12GB+? Well this is due mainly to the firmware (and often, considerable bloatware) that some companies like to throw in, and as is portrayed in a rather nice infographic by tech market researcher Which, Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 is the worst culprit for adding extra software.

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