Now that SSD prices are falling and capacities are increasing thanks to QLC and Chinese flash, I’m ready to ditch the hard drive for good.
Samsung announced that it had entered mass production of the first 4TB QLC SATA SSDs for the consumer market.
Soon you will be able to purchase SD cards that support up to 985MB/s of throughput and 128TB in a familiar slim package.
The most anticipated Phison E12 NVMe SSD breaks cover as MyDigitalSSD talks BPX Pro and shows us a 2TB drive.
Toshiba wants you to forget about SATA-- the company just released the "Everybody" NVMe SSD starting at just $60.
Galax has several SSDs, but only one stands out from the rest. Meet the World's first Phison E12 add-in card.
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