Some think it's a stapler; others think it looks like an AR15 "upper." No matter what you think, the Apacer PT920 Commando is a high-performance NVMe SSD with a high rate of IOPS firepower.
Plextor joins the portable SSD rat race with a slim and attractive design. The new EX1 promises high performance but planar TLC paired with a DRAMless Marvell controller tells a different story.
An Open Compute initiative to pack more M.2 storage into servers has trickled down from the enterprise to the workstation market. Aplicata is one of the first to market.
Plexor's mainstream S3 product line gives us our first look at Silicon Motion's SM2254 controller and SK hynix's 14nm TLC.
Seagate built the Nytro 141 for a specific customer, but overstock moved drives to the channel where you can buy them below the manufacturing cost.
Crucial rethinks the transition to 3D TLC for all consumer SSDs and releases a brilliant entry-level product that takes aim at the dominant Samsung.
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?
Samsung released its latest 3D V-NAND in the Portable SSD series again. The new T5 matches the previous generations' capacity, physical size, and pricing.
Corsair's new flagship NX500 SSD is the first Phison E7 in the US and Europe with a 1TB option, and a 2TB follows next month.
Adata finally tames Micron's 3D NAND, but the magic came from SMI's new firmware. Armed with new-found glory, can Micron 3D compete with Samsung 3D?
HP is a name we know and trust. The company's Z Turbo SSD series gained the most recognition, but HP also has more traditional 2.5" SSDs.
Intel's 545s is the first consumer drive with IMFT's new 64-layer 3D NAND. All eyes are on Intel to see if the 545s can run with the 850 EVO.
DRAMless SSDs are finally available. Many are hard to spot, but one company is passing the savings on with a 240GB drive that retailers can't keep in stock.
Adata enters the low-cost NVMe fray with 3D NAND and an eye on Intel's 600p market share. The SX8000 has a few surprises that may appeal to shoppers.
Corsair adds to the Force LE series with a new low-cost model that nixes the DRAM but brings flash-based storage costs down to a new user group.
The Galax Hall Of Fame PCI-E looks amazing with a white circuit board, shroud, and full coverage heat sink, and it's also the first Phison E7 1TB retail SSD.
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