Newegg has dropped pricing for Intel's 670p SSD by a significant amount.
The Silicon Power UD70 poses a serious threat in the value market due to its potent combination of Phison’s E12S SSD controller and Micron’s 96L QLC flash.
Leveraging Silicon Motion’s SM2258XT and SanDisk BiCS4 TLC, Team Group’s EX2 is a responsive, low-cost SATA SSD that comes in popular capacities.
Intel’s SSD 670p is a secure, responsive M.2 NVMe SSD featuring the company’s new 144-Layer QLC flash. It also comes backed with a five-year warranty.
Kioxia and Western Digital detail new NAND flash architecture that should be significantly better than their previous designs.
Update Powered by a new 8nm NVMe SSD controller and the company’s V6 V-NAND, Samsung’s 980 Pro is purpose-built for the prosumer.
Built on Silicon Motion SM2259XT and Micron’s 96-Layer QLC flash, Crucial’s X6 is an affordable portable SSD that comes in capacities of up to 2TB.
Powered by WD’s Blue SN550E, WD’s My Passport SSD delivers both data security and responsive performance in a very pocketable design.
Asus creates a new screw-free mounting system for M.2 SSD's with the use of a plastic latch that stays permanently on the motherboard.
Fujifilm to use epsilon iron oxide nanoparticles, focused‐millimeter‐wave‐assisted magnetic recording for future tapes.
Update Powered by the company's 6th-gen V-NAND flash and MKX ‘Metis’ controller, Samsung’s 870 EVO is a top-ranking SATA 6Gbps SSD for consumers and prosumers alike.
Built on Marvell’s 88SS1092 and leveraging Samsung V-NAND, Lexar’s Professional NM700 brings respectable endurance and PCIe Gen3 performance to the table.