With current prices of $61 for 120GB, $89 for the 250GB and $140 for the 500GB model, anyone still stuck using spinning rust for their main drive can join the flash revolution. Al reviewed these drives at the beginning of the year and there have been so many new drives this year you may have forgotten about it. It is not the highest tech drive on the market, with 2D NAND and a SATA interface, which is also why they are so inexpensive. Kitguru recently wrapped up a review of the drives and the Magician software which comes with it.
"The one thing that was missing from Samsung’s range of SSD’s was a low price value oriented drive. This has been rectified by the arrival of the SSD750 EVO product line. To keep production costs and therefore the cost of the drive down, Samsung has forsaken the 3D V-NAND of the last few drive ranges and gone back to 2D Planer NAND."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Crucial MX300 525GB SSD Review @ NikKTech
- A Year With NVMe RAID 0 in a Real World Setup @ eTeknix
- Promise Technology Apollo Cloud 4TB NAS Review @ NikKTech
- Synology DS416j Surveillance Bundle @ techPowerUp