Plextor launched an aggressive attack on the NVMe market with the new M8Pe that comes with three various cooling options and a plethora of capacities.
Samsung's EVO dominates the consumer SSD market by balancing performance and price, but NVMe is an industry-wide reset. Will Samsung's reign continue?
The Tigo G5 might be from across the globe, but it's more like a product from another world. The drive features a unique feature to save power, but it also takes premium SSDs to a new level.
Plextor introduced a new series of SSDs to attack the entry-level consumer market. The first product in the S2 family is the S2C, which might be one of the better low-cost SSDs released in 2016.
Adata is the first independent fab customer to bring a 3D NAND consumer SSD to market. It's a big deal but is it enough to call this drive the Ultimate SU800?
Crucial's MX300 is the best example of why IMFT moved to a high-capacity 3D NAND die. We test the first 2TB SSD from the company to see the cost savings first hand.
Samsung developed several new technologies for its 960 Pro NVMe SSD, and the end result is a massive 2TB M.2 product that tips the price scale at $1,300.
Western Digital gets back into the SSD market with another Blue series product. The new Blue SSD has SanDisk’s DNA, and it should be more competitive than the Silicon Edge from 2010.
As the name suggests, Kingston's UV series brings the ultra value. The new UV400 should be a very popular product for value-focused shoppers because Kingston designed it to provide high capacity flash-based storage on a beggar's budget.
Current page: 5