Storage

Seagate this week confirmed plans to launch the industry's first 30+ TB hard drive that uses its heat assisted magnetic recording (HAMR) technology, as well as reaffirming its commitment to release HDDs with capacities of 50 TB and higher in a few years. But before this happens, the company will release 22 TB and 24 TB HDDs that will rely on perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) and shingled magnetic recording (SMR) technologies, respectively. One More Play for PMR and SMR Various energy assisted magnetic recording methods, such as HAMR, will be used for next generations of hard drives for years to come. But while PMR is running out of steam, it is still evolving. Seagate has managed to increase areal density enabled by its PMR + TDMR...

Western Digital Raptor Preview: 10,000RPM & Serial ATA

In our first storage review in years, we take a look at one of the most highly anticipated hard drives in recent history - the world's first 10,000RPM Serial...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 3/7/2003

ASUS CRW-5224A: CDR's Reach The End of the Line

Many people are claiming CDRW drives won't get any faster than 52X. This really is the end of the line for the CDRW drive, although it will be...

4 by Kristopher Kubicki on 1/13/2003

ASUS CRW-4012A-U: High Speed Mobile Burning

ASUS takes a stab at the mobile market with their 40X USB 2.0 burner but are they successful? Find out as we take a look at the ASUS...

1 by Kristopher Kubicki on 11/6/2002

IDE RAID Comparison

5 RAID cards, 48 different configurations, over 110 hours of benchmarks. For what you ask? Only the most comprehensive IDE RAID article to date. Find out what IDE RAID...

2 by Matthew Witheiler on 6/18/2001

OnStream ECHO 30 USB Storage Drive

We have all heard the age-old tale, "backup your data". The number of personal backup devices out there now makes the decision of which one fits your budget/needs a...

0 by Jason Clark on 8/27/2000

IBM Deskstar 75GXP Ultra ATA 100 Hard Drive

AnandTech takes a look at the popular IBM 75 GXP hard drive. It boasts an impressive list of features, but does it have what it takes to steal the...

1 by Scott Gooden on 7/26/2000

Quantum Fireball Plus LM Review

We test Quantum's latest ATA offering, the Fireball Plus LM, a 30GB, 7200-RPM, Ultra ATA/66 hard drive, which promises to give the Maxtor DiamondMax Plus a run for its...

0 by Scott Gooden on 5/18/2000

Ultra ATA/66 versus Ultra ATA/33 Comparison

We took three recently reviewed hard drives and ran them through the paces under the Ultra ATA/33 interface. We then compared these results with our previous Ultra ATA/66 test...

0 by Scott Gooden on 5/16/2000

Maxtor DiamondMax Plus 40 Ultra ATA 66 HDD

With this first update to the March 2000 Hard Drive Roundup; we are fulfilling our promise to continue to bring you hard drive reviews on a regular basis. In...

0 by Scott Gooden on 4/14/2000

Ultra ATA 66 Hard Drive Roundup - March 2000

With our first hard drive roundup in over a year, we take a look at six Ultra ATA 66 hard drives and put them to the test -...

0 by Scott Gooden on 3/14/2000

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