Phison has been sampling its entry-level PS5008-E8 NVMe SSD controller for well over a year now, and a number of its partners have demonstrated their drives featuring the chip, but no one has started to ship actual products thus far. As it appears, things are about to change as Lite-On has quietly added its new entry-level MU X PCIe 3.0 x2 SSDs based on Phison's controller to its lineup and promises to start selling them shortly. Interestingly, Lite-On will sell the MU X products in retail, which does not happen often with the brand. Lite-On’s MU X M.2-2280 SSDs will be available in 128 GB and 256 GB configurations targeting inexpensive gaming PCs that need something faster than conventional SATA SSDs, but cannot afford more...
Toshiba's 8 TB X300 HDD Now Available: 7200 RPM Drive For Under $260
Toshiba has started to sell a new, 8 TB version of its X300 3.5” desktop hard drive. The new X300 8 TB hard drive relies on a specially developed...42 by Anton Shilov on 9/9/2017