Samsung had announced the 980 Pro SSD which is their first consumer grade PCIe Gen 4 SSD back in September last year. It had launched in 3 capacities 250GB, 500GB and 1TB but recently Samsung also announced a 2 TB version which we managed to test in this review. We have tested both the 500GB version and the 2TB version for the purpose of this review.
Samsung is finally releasing the successor to the popular 860 EVO SATA SSD with the launch of the 870 EVO SSD. The 870 EVO is the most refined V-NAND TLC flash SSD in the lineup and features the updated Samsung MKX Controller. I have been using the drive for a few days now and here are my thoughts in the review below. Is the 870 EVO a worthy successor to the 860 EVO SSD?
Samsung had introduced the Samsung T7 series of portable SSDs earlier this year and we got a chance to review the 1TB version. We have been big fans of the T series line up right from the T1 SSD 5 years ago, and it is a very refined product line from Samsung. Samsung claims that the T7 is two times faster than the T5 which is a good improvement.
Corsair has launched Force MP500 range of M.2 solid state drives in 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB. The performance of the MP500 SSD is claimed to be five times faster than traditional SATA 6Gbps SSDs. Continue reading “Corsair Force series MP500 range SSDs launched starting at Rs. 9399”
The demand for storage is on the rise be it local or cloud based however, one can often be confused with the limitless number of options available to choose from. To clear the air, we’ve created a list of our top 3 favourite storage devices for June 2016 to help you make an informed decision.
Samsung Electronics has announced its first ever consumer-ready Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) solid state drive (SSD) – the Samsung 950 PRO at starting $199.99. Continue reading “Samsung unveils its ultra-compact NVMe 950 PRO SSD for consumers, price starts at $199.99”