Micron 9300 Series of NVMe SSDs Provides Faster Data Access for Applications Requiring High Capacity and Performance.
Seagate levels up data creation at CES 2019 with storage solutions to fit any digital life. New products empower consumers and the changing ways they interact with data.
Overall, I was highly impressed by this unit and would recommend it to anyone who wanted to upgrade the kids' laptop or desktop system without blowing the budget and giving in to their demands for a gaming rig that could run a Mars colonisation mission on the side without even breaking a sweat.
The P1 NVMe M.2 SSD enables fast game loads and quick access to apps, files, and content by leveraging NVMe PCIe interface plus hybrid-dynamic write acceleration to deliver fast capacity for less.
Next-generation SSD enables faster boot ups, programme loads and longer battery life. Available in 120/240/480GB capacities.
Seagate® Fast SSD offers on-the-go consumers an ultra-portable flash drive that teams fast performance of up to 540MB/s transfer rates, with shock-resistance and USB-C connectivity as well as backwards compatibility. Users can backup or sync their content using Seagate’s new Toolkit software. Seagate Fast SSD will be available in New Zealand at leading retailers from September.
Many developed countries are currently facing a 'productivity crisis', with millions of employees rating themselves as 'unproductive' at work, and technology is cited as one of the key factors in workplace productivity.
The complete difference in storage technology imparts some definite advantages to SSDs - the now-mainstream hard-drive replacements.
Overall, without the need to sing the same praises I heaped upon the MX300, all I can say is that this drive cuts a brilliant balance between value for money and performance.