Western Digital Announced two new high performance external SSDs: the WD_BLACK SN750 SE NVMe SSD and the WD_BLACK D30 Cam Drive SSD (the latter also available on the Xbox variant). Let’s look at all that has been revealed about the two models.
The WD_Black SN750 SE NVMe SSD is designed for those who want to upgrade Computer Desktop o Notebook With PCI-E 4.0 support. Format factor is M.2 and DRMA-less design. Based on the revelations, it appears to be an intermediate product: in fact, one can expect a (continuous) data transfer speed up to a maximum of 3,600 MB / S, the consumption of which is 30% lower than the previous generation. Memory cuts start at 250GB, 500GB and 1TB at. 68.99.
The WD_BLACK D30 cam drive SSD, on the other hand, is a formatted external SSD Bureau, Also released on the Xbox version with a one-month subscription to the Game Pass Ultimate service. The reported performance is 900MB / s and is available in three variants: 500GB, 1TB and 2TB. In terms of prices, it starts at 159.99, while the Xbox version is 167.99 euros.
Also announced the Western Digital brand SanDisk Professional, Which is a line of premium products targeted at content creators and experts. There will be 16 modular solutions, including PRO-CINEMA CFexpress VPG400, PRO-READER devices with USB-CTM and USB 10Gbps, PRO-DOCK 4 (ie 4-Bay Docking Station) Acquisition and Processing and G-Drive Armorlock Encrypted NVM4DPS .S.T.
In the end, Western Digital released Flash is embedded into the Universal Flash Store (UFS) 3.1, the new application platform for mobile devices.
We also point out that you can read the WD Black SN850 review of the new high-speed PCIe 4.0 SSD from Western Digital.