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SSD Comparison: the best SSD on the market

Posted In Cool Gadgets - By John Script On Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 With 0 Comments

If you want to keep up with technology or you just want to speed things up considerably with your old laptop, you should definitely replace that old HDD with a SSD (solid state drive). There are so many reasons for you to switch to a SSD, but we’ll talk about this in another article. For now, I am going to share some of the best SSD that you will find on the market right now. When I have compiled this lis with the best SSD on the market, I have considered the following factors: SSD that are really fast, SSD havig the best quality / price ratio, SSD for a tight budget, SSD with no price limit

Crucial-mx200-500-gb SSD

Crucial MX200 500 GB SSD: Our favorite pick
This SSD has it all. The transfer rates are high in both reading and writing and the manufacturer focused on security, with input capacitors to prevent data corruption in case of power failure.
price: $163

Samsung-850-pro-512-gb SSD

Samsung 850 Pro 512 GB SSD: For experts and pros
With its 3D V-NAND memory, the 850 Pro manages to perform a little better than its predecessor. This SSD is therefore among the elite of fast SSDs. Besides its high transfer rates, you will also get a thoughtful duet utilities and especially a 10-year warranty when you buy this. All these good points nevertheless have a price, a bit higher than the competition.
price: $215

Crucial BX100 1TB SSD

Crucial BX100 1TB SSD: High capacity and reasonable price
Crucial offers the BX100 series, a SSD that is affordable but with less of the features found in MX series: different memory controller, no security options and less package provided. Nevertheless, this 1TB version proves quite interesting in terms of performance and price.
price: $297

SanDisk Ultra II 240 GB SSD

SanDisk Ultra II 240 GB SSD: Affordable and fast
Reading on the SSD’s package, you will learn that in the category of 256 GB SSD (or 240), its rates are far from bad, even when the nCache system is no longer active. In short, this is the best pick you should decide on when you want to buy a budget SSD.
price: $79

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