Samsung's 980 Pro is the best PCIe 4.0 SSD you can buy right now. We explain why, and what you need to know about ultra-fast PCIe 4.0 drives in general.
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Adata's NVMe-based SD Express 7.0 card doubles UHS-II performance, and runs faster than a SATA SSD.
The Seagate FireCuda 530 NVMe SSD broke all our performance records over both PCIe 3 and PCIe 4. It's pricey, but worth it for those with the need for speed.
While only an average performer among 10Gbps USB drives, the LaCie Portable SSD's unique and attractive design, as well as its svelte form factor make it one of our favorites
Adata's follow-on to the S70, the XPG Gammix S70 Blade replaces the older model's 96-layer TLC NAND with 176-layer NAND. It's a worthy competitor to the Samsung 980 Pro, and compatible with the PlayStation 5.
Crucial's P5 Plus NVMe SSD, the follow-on to the company's affordable and speedy P5, is faster and supports the latest PCIe 4 standard. But it's also going head to head with Samsung's 980 Pro price-wise.
The water-resistant Envoy Pro SX Thunderbolt SSD is just as fast as its USB/Thunderbolt sibling, but it's only $20 less.
If you've been considering buying a brand new external hard drive to plug into your TV's USB port for media playback, beware!
Crucial's BX500 SATA SSD provides a lot of storage for the price and excellent everyday performance.
Sure, you can spend a fortune setting up a media server for your music and videos, but it turns out you don’t have to.
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