Plextor has just introduced a new entry-level SSD targeted at mainstream users. The new M6V drive is driven by a Silicon Motion controller and uses Toshiba's newest 15nm Toggle NAND flash memory.
Mushkin has introduced the Atlas Vital SSD, a new M.2 2280 SandForce drive for budget-conscious consumers.
Intel and Micron have announced 3D XPoint, which they claim to offer to over 1000 times more performance and endurance than traditional NAND.
ADATA has just announced its new XPG SX930 gaming SSD, which uses "Enterprise-grade MLC Plus NAND" and is powered by JMicron's new JMF670H controller.
SanDisk unveiled a new wireless flash drive, the Connect Wireless Stick which is available in four storage capacities of 16, 32, 64 and 128GB. Read on to find out more about the Connect Wireless Stick.
According to a WSJ report, China’s Tsinghua Unigroup Ltd has expressed interest to acquire US-based Micron Technology Inc. for US$23 billion.
For most mainstream users, SSDs that employ TLC (Triple-Level Cell) NAND is the best way to go as it offers the best blend of performance and affordability. OCZ’s new Trion 100 SSD is the latest TLC drive to hit the market and we put it through its paces to see if it’s any good.
OCZ has just officially announced the launch of its new Trion 100 series SSDs, which also happens to be the company's first ever drives to use TLC NAND.
Samsung has expanded its SSD lineup with new high-capacity, 2TB versions of its 850 Pro and 850 Evo SSDs.
Reports from Korea say that Samsung has just clinched a mega deal to supply 20 million SSDs to major manufacturers like Apple and Microsoft.