SSDs have never been more affordable. And in a bid to enable more mainstream users to jump onto the SSD bandwagon, SSD manufacturers are releasing even more affordable SSDs by the day. Here are three of the latest entry-level SSDs from OCZ, Samsung and Sony.
Plextor has just announced its new M7V SSD, which also happens to be the first SSDs from the company to make use of TLC NAND.
Intel has announced the SSD 540s and SSD Pro 5400s drives for consumers and businesses respectively. Both SSDs are the first from Intel to utilize 16nm TLC NAND and will be available in 2.5-inch and M.2 form factors in capacities up to 1TB.
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Seagate has announced its fastest-ever enterprise-level PCIe SSD. The company claims their latest NVMe drive is capable of 10GB/s throughput, making it almost 5x as fast as the current crop of high-end PCIe SSDs!
Samsung's new PM1633a is the world's highest capacity SSD, offering a whopping 15TB of storage.
To further cement its position as the number one SSD brand in the world, Samsung has just launched its new entry-level SSD 750 Evo drives.
SSDs are fast, but the SATA interface has been the limiting factor in their performance. If you really want to take your system to the next level, consider these high-end PCIe-based SSDs. We have four such drives tested in great detail!
Micron has just presented a 768Gbit NAND design that trumps Samsung's much vaulted V-NAND technology.
Sony has announced its new SLW-M series of SSDs, the company's first ever internal SSDs. The new drive will be available in either 240GB or 480GB capacities and come bundled with Acronis True Image HD 2015.