Storage manufacturer Seagate has followed up on its complaints SSD manufacturers infringe on its patents, suing California's Stec Inc. in what appears to be a test case.
Hewlett-Packard apparently plans to offer solid-state drives as an option across its business notebooks lines.
OCZ, a maker of solid state drives, was just acquired by Toshiba, which makes its own hard drives and other tech gear as well. Read on to learn more about Toshiba's brand new acquisition.
Component and gear maker OCZ Technology has rolled out drop-in 2.5-inch SATA-II SSDs, with capacities starting at 30 GB and prices starting at $129.
The company's latest SATA II drives won't be the biggest or fastest, but Samsung hopes the price will be just right for portable device manufacturers.
After poo-poo-ing the market for SSD drives - and then suing an SSD maker to patent infringement - Seagate CEO Bill Watkins says Seagate will do SSDs. But he still doesn't get the appeal.
South Korea's Mtron says it has developed a 1.8-inch, 120 GB solid-state drive for use in notebook computers.
Samsung continues to push the capacities of solid-state storage, announcing a super-fast 256 GB, 2.5-inch solid-state drive with an SATA II interface.
The CEO of storage vendor Seagate has started talking about potential patent infringement suites against SSD manufacturers.
The latest drive in Samsung's arsenal should boost storage capacity while cutting price.
Electronics giant Toshiba has announced it plans to get into the solid-state drive (SSD) market, planning 1.8- and 2.5-inch drives up to 128 GB.
By using a lightweight plastic housing and specialized SATA II controller, Micron claims their drives are both lighter and faster than the competition.
Dell has announced its offering 32 GB SanDisk solid-state drives as an option on its ultraportable Latitude D420 and semi-rugged Latitude D620 ATG notebooks.
One way to extend the life of a computer is upgrading its storage...and SanDisk is hoping folks will choose its new high-speed 60, 120, and 240 GB SSD drives.
Intel's X25-V 40 GB SSD is priced at just $125...and Intel is touting it as a serious performance boost for PCs.