Today’s modern computing requires a lot of capacity as well as fast access to data, especially when you play games. So, you may prefer an SSD over hard drives. Solid-state drives or SSDs are quite faster and more reliable than their HDD counterpart, but the price makes it difficult for the users to migrate even at the lower capacities. That’s why Samsung announced that it is extending the 750 EVO SSD in emerging markets as a solution to the affordable SSD storage problem. And the best part is, this SSD comes with a brand new 500GB option along with the previously available 120GB and 250GB option.
Un-Soo Kim, Senior Vice President of Branded Product Marketing, Memory Business at Samsung Electronics said that after watching the high demand of its 120GB and 250GB version, which have been available in emerging market since last year, the company has decided to add a 500GB capacity to the lineup. It will ensure the customer’s need for high data consumption. Also, the three SSD options will be available globally to serve as many consumers as possible.
Using Samsung’s leading NAND flash technology, the 750 EVO SSD offers read and write speeds of up to 540MB/s and 520MB/s respectively, in sequential I/O. To ensure the security of the store data, it also features reliable AES 256-bit hardware encryption. As 750 EVO SSD comes with no moving parts, consumers need not worry about the separation of moving parts causing lost or corrupted data.
The 500GB Samsung 750 EVO SSD will launch early in June in more than 50 countries. The company will sell it at $149.99 with a three-year limited warranty.