Samsung has launched the largest SSD (Solid State Drive) ever which is 4TB storage capacity of 850 EVO Line. As of now Samsung is having only 2TB SSD, which is the highest capacity flash drive. This drive has the new 850 EVO SSD which uses 48-layer high V-NAND technology. With this technology, you can experience the Optimised Performance for Everyday Computing.
This SSD possess the incredible speed and performance in Read/Write. The data transmission rate for the Read/Write operations is up to 540MB/s and 520MB/s respectively. Samsung’s SSD is about 2.5 inches and 7mm thick which is very small enough to fit into any notebooks which are ultra-sleek.
Samsung SSD also supports native AES-256-bit encryption of Samsung’s TurboWrite technology which is released in the year 2013. TurboWrite creates the high performance for the write buffer where the new data is written first.
Most of the operating systems are compatible with this SSD. It supports Windows 10/8/7/Vista SP1 and above (Both the 32 and 64 bit OS are compatible), Linux and Widows Server 2008. With 4TB of storage capacity, you can store up to 1000 two hours compressed 1080p full-length movies, and it has 1.5 million meantime between failures rating.
Earlier Samsung has different variants in the capacity of the SSD. The available SSD variants starts from 120 GB, 250 GB, 500 GB, 1 TB, 2 TB and finally now 4 TB. The price of the 4TB is available at $1,499.99. This Samsung’s internal SSD is available on the Amazon. You can pre-order this product, and you can also purchase with the protection plans. The product will be released on July 31, 2016. Free shipping is available for the orders who had done across the United States.