Samsung will release a 4TB 850 Pro series SSD at CES

Samsung will release a 4TB 850 Pro series SSD at CES

Samsung will release a 4TB 850 Pro series SSD at CES

Samsung will release a 4TB 850 Pro series SSD at CES

 
Samsung plans on releasing a 4TB version of their 850 Pro series SSD at CES, making it the first 4TB 2-bit MLC SSD on the market. Previously, Samsung has released a 4TB version of their 850 Evo series SSD, offering slower read and write speeds and using 3-bit TLC flash, which is less reliable after extended use.    

 

The 850 Pro 4TB will give users more longevity out of their drive and the ultra-fast SATA speeds that can be associated with Samsung's Pro series SSDs, as well as the low power consumption and extended lifespan that Samsung's 3D V-NAND offers. 

 

As the world’s first 2-bit MLC 4TB consumer SSD, the 850 PRO is ideal for dramatically boosting PC performance. With an industry leading 4TB capacity, users have more space than ever before to store files locally. In particular, high data consumption users such as content creators, gaming and PC enthusiasts can upgrade their laptops and workstations from a hard disk drive to the 850 PRO SSD 4TB to surpass density limitations, reduce power consumption, better support heavy write-intensive applications, and improve PC and program load times.

  

Samsung will release a 4TB 850 Pro series SSD at CES

 

What Samsung's 850 Pro will offer is fast reliable storage which comes with reliable MLC NAND and extreme levels of storage density. Right now Samsung has not announced the pricing of this new SSD, though we can expect to see more at CES 2017. CES 2017 will take place between January 6th and January 8th. 

 

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29-11-2016, 13:02:07

Dicehunter
I look forward to the day a 4TB SSD is the same price as a 4TB HDD.Quote

29-11-2016, 13:08:34

Warchild
Are 2.5" SSDs becoming a thing of the past? My local store hardly stocks them now and has mostly M2.

Not a good thing for me when im still on my Z97 board.Quote

29-11-2016, 15:49:21

AngryGoldfish
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I look forward to the day a 4TB SSD is the same price as a 4TB HDD.
No more bulky HDD cages, no more noisy platters, no more loss of data. Yes, please.

Hopefully this will also introduce a lower pricing for 1 and 2TB SSD's.Quote

29-11-2016, 15:54:17

Bartacus
I've been horny to ditch my mechanicals for years, too bad this won't be affordable anytime soon. Quote
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