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  1. Regardless of this sub-par performance, the TR200 will certainly offer significantly faster boot-ups and overall responsiveness compared to platter-based systems. Toshiba stresses this fact. However, other budget drives like BX300 outperformed the TR200 in every category--sometimes by a significant margin--all the while featuring an identical price tag. This puts the new Toshiba drive in a tough spot, as it is difficult to recommend as a result. Because the budget SSD market is filled with so many viable options, drives of this class really need to stand out in some way. And though the TR200 does offer better power efficiency than most (i.e. an average of 1.6W during operation activity for the 960GB model), we’re just not sure that’s enough to warrant a purchase until this drive is priced more aggressively than its competitors. Toshiba TR200 SSD Review
  2. Samsung continues to set a high bar with its storage products. The company has released the highest capacity M.2 drive for consumers, for the second year in a row (last year they were the first to release a 1TB M.2 and this year they are the first to release a 2TB M.2 for consumers). On top of that, the drive has record setting sequential performance, the highest we've yet to test on the consumer side. The 960 PRO's form factor is ideal for where the market is heading. The only real downside to the drive, is the same downside to all new technology, early adopters will pay the price penalty, with the 2TB MRSP of $1,299. Samsung 960 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD Review
  3. The WD Black2 deserves plaudits for its innovative design. Unfortunately outside of fringe use cases, there aren't many applications where this configuration is a perfect fit. The high launch MSRP and the lack of Mac support further limits its potential. WD Black2 SSD/HDD Review
  4. The Optimus Eco uses SanDisk’s Guardian Technology Platform to improve the performance characteristics for 19nm multi-level cell (MLC) flash in order to suit read-intensive application workloads in capacities of 400GB, 800GB, 1.6TB, and 2TB. SanDisk Optimus Eco 400GB SAS SSD Review
  5. Seagate's Business Storage 2-bay NAS is designed for SOHO users and prosumers who require the ability to back-up and centralize storage. The Business Storage 2 bay NAS builds on Seagate's previous generation BlackArmor NAS technology while adding new connectivity features including USB 3.0, an additional Ethernet port, and a universal storage module (USM) slot. Seagate Business Storage 2 Bay NAS Review
  6. Review of Dell's hybrid array that features auto tiering, load balancing and full VMware integration. Dell EqualLogic PS6110XS Review