The Samsung SSD 960 Pro is the flash giant’s latest consumer flagship SSD, and possibly its greatest ever. What makes the SSD 960 Pro so great? In a word - speed. But how fast is it? Read our review to find out.
Western Digital has wasted no time. Shortly after its acquisition of SanDisk, it has released its first consumer SSDs - the WD Blue PC SSD and WD Green PC SSD.
Plextor has just launched two new SSDs, the S2C and S2G, which are targeted at mainstream users and value conscious shoppers.
ADATA has just launched its latest flagship SSD for consumers, the XPG SX8000, which uses 3D NAND and supports the new NVMe protocol.
Samsung has just refreshed its consumer SSDs offerings with the SSD 960 Pro and SSD 950 Evo M.2 SSDs, which offers dramatically improved performance. Hit the link to find out just how fast Samsung’s latest SSDs are.
Toshiba has just announced its OCZ-branded VX500 SSDs that are targeted at the mainstream market segment. Based on MLC NAND flash storage, their capacities range from 128GB to 1TB. Read on for more details about their specifications.
OCZ has traditionally been one of the top players in high-end SSD storage and we have waited a long time for them to release an NVMe compatible PCIe-based SSD. It's finally here and it doesn't disappoint!
It looks like Intel is committing to 3D NAND as it announces a slew of new 3D NAND SSDs for both client and enterprise.
Seagate has just introduced two new SSDs at the Flash Memory Summit, including a super fast SSD capable of 10GB/s and another 60TB SAS SSD.
Plextor has just launched its new high-end PCIe-based M8Pe SSDs. Available in three different form factors to suit various users, these new SSDs support the PCIe 3.0 x4 interface and new NVMe 1.2 protocol.