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Samsung 840 Evo mSATA Series

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The 840 SSD EVO mSATA retains the same speed and capacities of its larger SATA siblings, offering capacities from 120GB to 1TB. New in the 840 EVO mSATA is Samsung's latest 128Gb NAND flash memory and support for 256-bit AES encryption.


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By APC Magazine on 80

While manufacturers have announced larger capacity SSDs (2TB and more), for storing a lot of files, a mechanical HDD is still a much more affordable option. This looks set to change in the future though, as SSD production volume increases lead to lower...

By play3r.net on 86

The 840 EVO might not be the latest drive in Samsung's arsenal, but it has been a really interesting one given that this drive is over a year old and Samsung have even released the 850 Pro since. With £/GB prices constantly dropping, the Samsung 840 EVO...

By Ocaholic on 90

Taking a closer look at Samsung's lineup of 840 Evo solid state drives shows, there are not only 2.5 inch models but also mSATA cards with up to 1 Terabyte capacity. Today we're having a closer look at the 250 Gigabyte mSATA model and we're rather...

By PCAdvisor on 80

If you're looking for a high-performance mSATA SSD for your laptop, PC or storage product we have to concede this little drive really delivers.

By PC Advisor on 80

The ultraportable laptop that inspired Intel to dream up the marketing label of Ultrabook also lead to a new fashion for small mSATA solid-state drives . With such a slim body it's unsurprising that Apple had to use a new storage form-factor beyond the...

By PCGamer on 92

It’s a great upgrade for your little laptop, however, and all the drive you’re going to need for that tiny Steam Machine you’ve been fantasising about.

By technlologyx.com on 89

Samsung has gone the extra mile with their new line of mSATA SSD's. From extra large storage capacities, to exceptional transfer speeds to features that are uncommon in other mSATA SSD's. The Samsung 840 EVO mSATA is well deserving of our Editor's Choice...

By thessdreview.com on 92

By tackling, performance, price, capacity and chalking on a bag full of amazing extras, Samsung has guaranted the success of the industries first 1TB mSATA...

By Bit-tech.net on 90

We said before that there was little to dislike about the range, and with Samsung seemingly having changed nothing except having made it smaller and lower power in the move to mSATA, that's still very much the case. The 1TB model is probably too...

By MacNN on 90

The consumer-grade solid-state drive (SSD) market is getting more crowded every day. There are drives of every capacity and speed, fitting nearly every budget and performance niche. Announced last week , Samsung is soon to ship the 840 Evo series of...

By hardwarebbq.com on 93

A cheaper version of 840 pro and lesser warranty with lesser than-840-Pro but better than LSI...

By PCPer on

Following the same pattern that Samsung led with the 840 Pro and 840 EVO , history has repeated itself with the 850 Pro and 850 EVO . With the 850 EVO launching late last year and being quite successful, it was only a matter of time before Samsung...

By CDRLabs on

The mSATA version of the Samsung's popular 850 EVO SSD is finally here and, like the original, it delivers a lot of bang for your buck. Designed and built entirely in-house, the 850 EVO mSATA is based on Samsung's MEX/MGX controller and is available with...

By StorageReview on

The 850 EVO strengthens Samsung's grip on the mSATA SSD market with good performance and even lower power consumption. Samsung 850 EVO mSATA SSD at AmazonDiscuss This...

By PCPer on

After looking into this potential slow down issue, we are left with more questions than answers. Some SSDs appear to have returned to full speed and stayed there regardless of how long stale data was present. Others appear to be slowing down over time,...

By play3r.net on

I'm very fond of my MacBook Pro. It's an early 2011 17”model: the penultimate model before Apple discontinued the 17” chassis. And there's the rub. If you want a large-screen Macbook Pro now, your only option is the 15” Retina display, which may have...

By Ubergizmo on

There is always some doubts regarding the reliability of Samsung 3-bit MLC compared to the 2-bits MLC. The misconception is that TLC NAND based SSD are not reliable due to the 3 bits per cell. The keyword is reliability. TLC has a lower endurance...

By CDRLabs on

Samsung's new 840 EVO mSATA SSD is proof that good things do come in small packages. Designed and built entirely in-house, this pint-sized drive is powered by Samsung's triple-core MEX controller and is available with up to 1TB of the company's 3-bit...

By HotHardware on

The Samsung 840 EVO mSATA Solid State DriveWe liked Samsung's 2.5” SSD 840 EVO series of solid state drives when we reviewed them a few months ago, and the mSATA versions are just as attractive, which is no surprise given their similarities. Performance...

By Tom's Hardware on

Last summer, we got our hands on Samsung's 840 EVO and tested, and tested, and tested. There were some new technologies in play, some of which had a big impact on the benchmarks we were running. But once we wrapped our heads around the performance...