Intel last year launched two 15.3TB DC P4510 SSDs in the Enterprise & Data Center SSD Form Factor.
Sabrent’s 8TB Rocket Q pushes QLC to higher speeds and capacities than even Intel or Micron, but it comes with reduced write endurance.
With a diamond-cut RGB accented heatsink, responsive performance, a high endurance rating and a 5-year warranty, addlink’s X70 RGB is a shiny SSD with a lot of grunt.
PNY has launched a new Elite-X Fit USB flash drive with a capacity of 512GB and read speeds up to 200 MBps.
Another NVMe option for those looking to add a little more performance to their ageing setup or budget build.
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A law firm has solicited plaintiffs for a class action lawsuit against WD for not disclosing that some of its hard drives use slower SMR technology.
HP’s P700 is a 10 Gbps portable SSD that features a cleverly designed storage box that snaps onto the SSD to conveniently carry the included cable and adapter on the go.
Lacking DRAM, but making up for it in price, Lexar’s NM610 is a capable entry-level SSD for nearly any builder’s budget.
LaCie’s Rugged BOSS SSD offers content creators a computer-free way to backup or manage their pictures and videos when in the field.
Patriot’s P300 aims to fill the void between SATA and high-end NVMe performance with a low price and multi-gigabyte per second performance.