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Crucial’s MX200 500GB M.2 SATA SSD is one of the latest entries in the M.2 SSD form factor. It offering speeds up to 555 MB/s read and 500 MB/s write in an extremely small package. It is also available in a single sided or double sided configuration with a 250GB capacity also available.
There are so many flash storage form factors available today and this perhaps is the most unique one we've encountered lately. Hence, flash storage devices are improving at a rapid pace. We see them getting cheaper, having larger capacities, faster speeds and getting smaller as well. If you think M.2 SSDs are small, check out Innodisk's ServerDOM tailor-made disk module. It is very small and packed with features ideal for server use. Join us as we check out one of the variants, the ServerDOM 3ME.
Today we will be looking at ADATA’s Premier SP610 SATA III 6Gb/s 128GB SSD. It offers sequential read/write speeds of up to 560 and 150 MB/s, and 4KB random read/write speeds of up to 66,000/35,000 IOPS. With a rather attractive price of around $65, you can enjoy faster boot ups and program loading without breaking the bank. It might be the ideal for upgrade your PC or laptop.
SSDs have become a vital part in building a computer today whether it is a desktop or laptop. Having an SSD boot drive makes a computer significantly faster, consume less power and make the machine more efficient overall. Today there are many options to choose from but one of the old players include OCZ. OCZ have been around for quite some time and was recently acquired by Toshiba Corporation. Today we will be looking at the revision of their Vector SSD which is now called the Vector 150. Let's check out the 120GB variant of the Vector 150 today!
Over the last few years Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices have gained in popularity. The ability to store and share files, media, and other data on a small, but powerful piece of network equipment provides for easier setup, administration, and faster data access at an affordable price. Thecus, a company that prides itself on creating quality storage devices, has a wide variety of storage products to fit the need of the individual user, as well as, the enterprise level storage solutions.
Data storage devices are getting smaller, faster and larger in capacity these days. The micro SD lineup from Kingston Technology just got a huge upgrade. Now you are get the Class 10 microSDHC/SDXC UHS-I (Advanced) with capacities of up to 128GB. Gladly, Kingston send us one to review today.
Recently, M.2 SSD’s have been released to the market. M.2 is designed to replace the order mSATA standard and offer higher speeds. The drives are available in two versions, SATA and PCIe. SATA drives offer comparable speeds to common 2.5 inch SSD’s, while PCIe drives can offer speeds up to 10 Gb/s. The Transcend MTS800 M.2 2280 128GB SATA SSD we will be looking at today is a SATA version. It promises speeds that rival almost any other SSD on the market, but in a form faster much smaller.