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The newest in SanDisk’s line of SSDs comes with an industry leading 10 year warranty.

SanDisk launched the Extreme PRO SSD, the latest model in its line of SSDs, at Computex 2014 in Taipei this week.

Here are three ways to back up your mobile device files.

On Tuesday, Seagate Technology announced that its Seagate Wireless Plus line of mobile device storage products now includes three capacities: 500 GB for $149.99, 1 TB for $179.99 and 2 TB for $199.99. The two larger drives are available now, and the 500 GB model will be made available on May 9.

It wasn't long ago when SanDisk unveiled the world's first SSD with 4TB capacity, but now we're hearing about 8TB and 16TB SSDs - things that should really begin to excite everyone.

The storage giant believes that flash-based storage devices will begin leaving mechanically driven HDDs for dust when it comes to both performance, and capacity - in at least one market segment.

G-Technology is also using Seagate's new 6 TB hard drive.

Seagate's LaCie wasn't the only company releasing products with 6 TB hard drives.

Adata shifts away from SandForce in its Premier Pro SP920 SSD family.

With promises of incredible performance and spiffy features like DevSlp, Adata's latest employs the Marvell controller we saw in Crucial's M550. But the two share quite a bit more...

Having aced its attempts at speed and durability, Samsung seems focused on solving flash's biggest sacrifices: size and affordability. Its new SSD 840 Evo lineup has models spanning from 120GB to 1TB, with the largest costing only $0.65 per gigabyte thanks to its use of TLC NAND. 

If our lack of reviews didn't give it away, there have been few noteworthy SSD releases this year, with OCZ's in-house Vertex 450 and the Marvell 88SS9187-based SanDisk Extreme II being the primary exceptions.

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