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Author Topic: New Western Digital Blue SN550 NVMe SSD targets content creators and enthusiasts  (Read 488 times)

Redaktion

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NVMe drives are expected to account for more than 75 percent of all new PCs by 2021 according to SSD Insights. More affordable NVMe drives like those in the WD Blue series will allow the technology to become more commonplace on cheaper laptops and tablets.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/New-Western-Digital-Blue-SN550-NVMe-SSD-targets-content-creators-and-enthusiasts.446667.0.html

Art Sanchez

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Still waiting for non-enterprise 4tb M2 ssd's...(a dream for content creators on the go)
I'm wondering if is it going to take so long.
Fingers crossed for CES 2020

weeeeeeeeeeee

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I prefer the cheapest 2TB Intel SSD 660p. Most small notebooks only have a single M.2 slot.  I wish the manufacturers would give us 2 slots, so we can get more storage space.

 

 
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