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Western Digital's WD Elements SE SSD is a pocket-sized portable drive that comes in capacities from 480GB to 2TB.
Kingston Technology has launched its new NV1 NVMe PCIe SSD, promising efficient performance in a single-sided M.2 design, making it an "ideal entry-level drive for first-time NVMe users with laptops and small form factor PCs."
Promising to set a "new standard in consumer SSD performance", Samsung has made its market-leading, super-fast solid-state drives even better "at affordable price points".
Western Digital has announced four 4TB portable consumer SSDs.
WD says its new SanDisk portable SSD "offer great speed and durability to help consumers move rich content with ease, including two drives offering nearly 2x speeds over the previous generation".
Western Digital has recalled the power supply provided with certain My Passport Wireless Pro and SSD Hard Drive models.
Competing for the higher-end customer is Huawei's new MateBook 13 series, promising an ultra-slim notebook with 8th-gen Intel processing power, top touchscreen displays, USB-C connectivity and starting with a 256GB SSD.
Promising its new 860 QVO SSDs will "combine high capacity with fast performance and trusted reliability to reach a broader consumer market" at an accessible price, let us fervently pray the death of consumer hard disk drives is finally nigh.
This is a mid-priced SSD with better-than-expected performance.
Crucial has announced the availability of the Crucial P1 SSD, a storage device that connects via the NVMe PCIe interface. Available in 500GB or 1TB capacities, the PCIe-interfaced SSDs provide an alternative to SATA and other interfaces.
If you have a Thunderbolt 3 port on your PC or Mac, Samsung's NVMe-based SSD X5 delivers extreme levels of performance and reliability for external storage solutions.
Dicker Data is the newest member of Micron's Australian distributor network, distributing its consumer products including the full range of Crucial SSDs, DRAM memory and Ballistix high-performance gaming memory.
Available in Australia at last, WD's new wireless SSD is "designed for avid photographers and drone enthusiasts who require durable and high-performance media capture solutions", and for anyone else that feels the need for wireless speed.
Memory and SSD storage maker Crucial has crucially revealed detail on why hard disk drives fail when SSDs don't, and if you thought its because there's no moving parts in an SSD, you'd be right
Promising its new NVMe M.2 970 series enables "high-performance computing through enhanced speed, exceptional endurance and system design flexibility", Samsung says it has set a new bar in all aspects of the technology.
With PC gamers on the cutting edge of performance and hyper-realistic immersiveness featuring ever richer and more intensive visual content, you will surely feel the need for super fast storage speed!
Samsung Electronics has announced that it has begun mass production of the world's biggest Serial Attached SCSI solid state drive, with a capacity of 30.72TB.
Samsung's excellence at flash storage has seen its 700 and then 800-series SSDs prove extremely popular. Now the latest 860-series EVO and PRO models for consumer and business use have arrived, promising "ultimate performance and reliability".
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