It has been about a week since Al posted his review of the 256GB and 512GB models of the Crucial BX100 and what better way to remind you than with a review of the 1TB model, currently a mere $380 on Amazon (or only $374 on BHPhoto.com!). Hardware Canucks cracked open the 1TB budget priced consumer level SSD for your enjoyment right here, as well as running it through a gamut of tests. As expected their results are in line with the 512GB model as they both use a 4 channel controller, which does mean they are slower than some competitors drives. On the other hand the BX100 also has a significantly lower price making the 1TB model much more accessible for users. Check out their post here.
"Crucial's BX100 combines performance, endurance and value into one awesome budget-friendly SSD The best part? The 1TB version costs just $400."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- OCZ Challenge update: 2nd ARC 100 drive dies at 352TB @ Kitguru
- Crucial BX100 @ The SSD Review
- Crucial MX200 @ The SSD Review
- PNY CS2111 XLR8 @ The SSD Review
- Plextor M6e Black Edition PCIe 256GB @ Kitguru
- Thecus N4310 @ techPowerUp
- BeyondCloud BC214se 2300 by Synology @ TechwareLabs
- Lexar JumpDrive M20 2-in-1Flash Drive @ eTeknix
- Toshiba TransMemory-EX II USB 3.0 Flash Drive Review @ Madshrimps
- Asus USB 3.1 Hands-on Preview @ Kitguru