Lite-On S900 SSD 256GB Review

Introduction
Solid state drive (SSD) is much powerful and faster than normal HDD. And it is getting cheaper each day. There is no more reason not to use it on desktop PC. Of course, it is still expensive to use it as large file archive storage. However, it will perform far better as operating system drive because its file access latency is much smaller. Lite-On S900 SSD 256GB (SCS-256L9S) is the star today. It is Lite-On latest consumer SSD which similar to L9S Series – LCS-256L9S (client product for OEM notebook). And its specifications are very similar to Plextor M6S SDD as well. How does LiteOn S900 SSD 256GB perform? Let’s find out…

Seagate Desktop HDD 3TB Review

Introduction
Desktop PC still can’t live without normal hard disk drive (HDD) due to large capacity and cheaper price compare to Solid-state drive (SSD). There is several type of internal HDD that you can choose from – high performance and costly drive to cheaper and slower green drive. There are SSHD and NAS drives too. Depend what kind of usage do you need, performance drive for operating system and slower drive for archive data. Seagate Desktop HDD 3TB ST3000DM001 (formerly known as Barracuda) is on the middle of the class which provides high capacity for desktop applications at an affordable price. How does it perform? Let’s find out…

64GB Samsung microSDXC Pro UHS-1 Card Review

Introduction
Which is the best 64GB microSD card out there? Yup, I want to know the answer too because I want to use it on my latest gadget ~ Samsung Galaxy S4. Therefore, I got myself a 64GB Samsung microSDXC Pro UHS-1 Card. It is Samsung fastest microSD card with UHS-I support (Class 10) which provides up to 70 MB/s read and 20 MB/s write speed. And it is waterproof, shockproof against small drops, X-ray proof, magnet-proof and temperature-proof to extremes. How does 64GB Samsung microSDXC Pro UHS-1 Card perform? Let’s find out…

128GB Lexar Professional 1066x CompactFlash Card Review

Introduction
Magic Lantern has changed the world of Canon EOS 5D Mark III – the ability to record 14-bit RAW video. And that also push the limit of CompactFlash card. You need a very fast CF card in order to capture 1080p RAW video. So what is the best CF card for 5D3? Is 128GB Lexar Professional 1066x CompactFlash Card the one? It has the ability to deliver a read transfer speed up to 160MB/s with UDMA 7 technology. Supports Video Performance Guarantee specification for professional-quality video (VPG-65) which mean 65MB/s writing speed minimum. Does Lexar 1066x CF really that great? Let’s find out…

64GB Transcend 400X CompactFlash Card Review

Introduction
CompactFlash card is still the best choice for Canon EOS 5D Mark III SLR camera. Why? Because it does not support SD card UHS mode. But supports CF card up to Ultra DMA mode 7. So I got the latest version of 64GB Transcend 400X CompactFlash Card for Canon EOS 5D Mark III. It has ultra-fast 400X performance (read at 90 MB/s and write at 60 MB/s) with four-channel support, manufactured with brand-name MLC NAND Flash chips and conforms to CF Type I standards. How does 64GB Transcend 400X CompactFlash Card perform? Let’s find out…

64GB Transcend 400X CompactFlash Card
64GB Transcend 400X CompactFlash Card

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