The RunCore Pro V 7mm Ultra SSD makes an excellent replacement drive for an ultraportable laptop or a desktop computer. For a regular laptop, its new thinness might be its only drawback.
While the RunCore Pro V Max SSD will greatly improve a computer's overall performance, its for now unreasonably high price tag will steer you to the alternatives.
The new 14 nanometer processor, codenamed Broadwell, allows for computers that are less than 9 millimeters thick, about a third the thickness of PCs from 2010.
CNET editor Dong Ngo reviews RunCore's first SSD that comes in the new 7mm thickness and finds it a good deal for those who want to use it as a replacement drive for their computers.
This solid-state drive (SSD) will self-destruct in five seconds with just one click.
While the RunCore Pro V Max SSD will greatly improve a computer's overall performance, its unreasonably high price tag will steer you to the alternatives.
CNET editor Dong Ngo reviews the RunCore Pro V Max solid-state drive.
RunCore's latest Pro V Max SSD is the company's first SSD offered on the U.S. market. The drive has a rugged, sleek aluminum casing and supports SATA 3 to offer very good performance.
RunCore shows off its large portfolio of solid-state storage devices and its latest 2.5-inch standard drive at CES 2012.
Chip giant shows off a sleek, fast tablet sporting its quad-core Bay Trail chip during a Computex keynote.