Crucial’s BX100 and MX200 solid-state drives reviewed
When Micron introduced its M600 SSD in September, it was only a matter of time before the other shoe dropped. The memory giant fabs its own NAND and sells SSDs to PC makers and other corporate customers, but it doesn’t make Micron-branded drives available to everyday consumers. Instead, that market is covered by its Crucial division, which draws from the same pool of in-house technologies. Sooner or later, the M600’s funky SLC/MLC caching scheme was destined pop up in an equivalent Crucial product.
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