SanDisk SSD Plus 480GB, which sells for $69.99, is now available at Newegg for $40.
Thunderbolt portable SSDs received a lot of attention at CES, but USB is still more common, ensures maximum compatibility, and is very fast.
The cards themselves won't be unique, aside from their inclusion of the Switch logo, but the partnership could allow SanDisk to become the brand of choice for Switch owners looking for extra storage.
SanDisk and parent company WD plan to take SATA to the max with two new SSDs designed to leverage new 3D TLC BiCS NAND. Can the these SSDs unseat the 850 EVO?
In a joint announcement, Western Digital and its subsidiary SanDisk announced their first SSDs with 64-layer NAND technology. The new consumer products utilize BiCS FLASH.
SanDisk built a competitive mainstream SSD using 15nm TLC flash for system integrators, but the drive is also quickly gaining traction in the channel with normal consumers.
SanDisk has the exclusive on Silicon Motion's SM2246XT controller. What's more, we got our 128GB Z400s for just $.25/GB. But is this a true low-cost contender, or just a cheap SSD?
High-performance SSDs get new low prices for Black Friday and beyond. This sets the tone for new pricing going forward, but one product stands out from the rest.
SanDisk's new Ultra Fit 128 GB flash drive can store up to 16 hours of Full HD video but is about the same size as a U.S. dime.
SanDisk launched a new low cost SSD for the mainstream PC and embedded market. The Z400s is a DRAM-less design with the new Silicon Motion SM2246XT controller and SanDisk's 1Znm MLC flash.
SanDisk intros three new storage solutions at CES 2015, including the SSD Plus, Ultra II mSATA SSD and Ultra Dual USB drive 3.0.
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