The world's best selling SSD just got a makeover. Today we see how Samsung increased its performance and longevity.
Crucial pulls out a competitive consumer SSD to cap off 2017. The new series threatens Samsung's dominance but costs much less in most capacities.
Kingston's A1000 entry-level NVMe SSD is slow enough to fit in that category, but the price is higher than it should be.
The most anticipated Phison E12 NVMe SSD breaks cover as MyDigitalSSD talks BPX Pro and shows us a 2TB drive.
Toshiba wants you to forget about SATA-- the company just released the "Everybody" NVMe SSD starting at just $60.
Galax has several SSDs, but only one stands out from the rest. Meet the World's first Phison E12 add-in card.
Plextor lines four M9Pe SSDs up behind a tame PCIe switch to make an extreme product that no one needs.
Just when you thought the world of RGB consumed everything, there is this M.2 NVMe SSD with disco technology.
JMicron maximizes USB 3.1 Gen 2 throughput with NVMe-based storage. Products are in the works with 10Gb/s bus bandwidth.
By naming its own SSD controller the AS2258, ASMedia could lead consumers to think they are getting the far-superior SMI SM2258 controller instead.
If you didn't win one of the 8086 Core i7-8068K CPUs Intel gave away during a brief sweepstakes, it's time to make other plans.
Corsair's latest mainstream SSD features 3D TLC on a PCIe 3.0 x2 lane and up to 960GB capacity with 1,600 MB/s performance.
Lexar announced the world's first A2 certified 512GB microSD card as well as a blazing-fast portable USB SSD.
SMI controllers were in 30% of the world's SSDs in 2017, and its new SM2262EN will challenge Samsung's 970 Pro.
ASRock didn't waste any time breaking out Intel's new Optane SSD 905P M.2 in an X299 VROC array that reaches 10,000 MB/s.
Patriot taps Phison for next generation SSD line that includes two new Viper SSDs coming in high-performance SATA and NVMe.
Intel has an aggressive campaign with Optane, and motherboards bundled with it and QLC will seal the deal.
It won't end world hunger, but flash from China will increase global supply and drive down costs, and we saw the fruit of the country's labor for the first time today at Computex 2018.