Primarily for academic and research purposes, this SSD is destined for the lab, not the home.
Kingston’s KC2500 boasts responsive performance, high reliability, and secure XTS-AES 256-bit encryption for professional use.
Adata’s Falcon brings DRAMless performance to new heights with peak speeds of up to 3.2/1.5GBps read/write, plus it has flashy looks and competitive pricing to go along with it.
Crucial’s P2 is a power efficient entry-level NVMe SSD that offers up multi-gigabyte performance at a low price point.
FuzeDrive enters the SSD arena with its own M.2 SSD with SLC and QLC flash that offers up to 25X the endurance of competing SSDs.
UPDATE WD's new Black SN750 offers a surprisingly good performance upgrade through firmware and software tweaks.
In response to withering criticism, WD has announced a new line to faster CMR hard drives to complement its slower SMR models.
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.