SanDisk Ultra Plus SSD Series SATA600

  • SanDisk Ultra Plus SSD Series SATA600
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Based on 20 scores, 54 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    6
  • Good:
    10
  • Average:
    4
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Very fast when writing large files and reading small ones.
  • Good all-around performance for the price.
  • 7mm profile will fit in many thin laptops and ultrabooks.

Cons:

  • No bundled software.
  • Warranty is shorter than pricier drives.

Expert reviews and ratings

By uk.hardware.info on

Unless you're sporting really old hardware, an SSD is the best sure-fire way to boost the performance of your desktop or laptop computer. There is so much choice now it's difficult to know whether there is a significant difference between various SSDs...

By uk.hardware.info on

Today we are taking a closer look at two Sandisk SSDs in the 256GB segment: the affordable Ultra Plus 256GB and the high-end Extreme II 240GB. Sandisk is the biggest manufacturer of USB sticks and memory cards and also makes ToggleFlash flash chips....

By Techgage on

Many of our readers should find the SanDisk name to at least be familiar, as the company has been a long time market-leader of flash memory products, offering just about every type of memory card imaginable, flash drives and even flash-based music...

By Tom's Hardware on

The SSD industry has a feudal dynamic of sorts. Up top you have the big powers, the players with fabs. In the middle and at the bottom, you have the other contenders, each paying homage to the organizations that create the NAND on which they all rely....

By X-bit Labs on

We’ve been meeting some interesting products lately. Following Samsung’s new SSDs, the SanDisk Ultra Plus has proved a very exciting object for us to test. That’s why this review has a generally favorable attitude towards it. Any innovation that...

By Craving Tech on

SanDisk Ultra Plus 256GB Review – SanDisk is one of largest flash memory storage manufacturers. The company has recently released the SanDisk Ultra Plus, featuring 2.5” 7mm SSD with SATA 3 (6Gb/s) interface designed for desktop, notebooks and ultrabooks....

By Real World Labs on

The introduction of a pseudo SLC caching layer to reduce write amplification is simply genius and a perfect example of why SanDisk is a world leader in flash technology. ABL flash technology is another perfect example. What you get when you choose a...

By hardwarebbq.com on 78

SanDisk makes many well-known flash storage based hardware. In fact, I am using SanDisk Class 10 16GB 95MB/s SD card with the Canon 600D ever since I've purchased the camera.The first product from SanDisk that I got for review, SanDisk's SSD Cache Drive...

By micromart.co.uk on 90

SanDisk hasn't been known for producing high-end SSDs, instead concentrating its efforts on the mainstream segment of the market. Its new drive, the Ultra Plus, has a high-end name, but it costs just £147, or 61p-per-gigabyte. That makes this 256GB part...

By HardOCP on

SanDisk, one of the worlds largest NAND fabricators, has released the SanDisk Ultra Plus SSD. This SATA 6Gb/s SSD boasts speeds of 530MB/s in sequential read and 445MB/s in sequential write speed. For the 256GB version we are reviewing today the SSD also...

By PC Pro on 83

SanDisk's Ultra Plus is a mid-range bargain thanks to a combination of mainstream controller and high-end memory...

By TechRadar on 90

The SSD market is one of the most vibrant sectors of the PC components arena for the simple reason that it's still young and hasn't yet divided into a few key players. In processors there's Intel and AMD and in graphics AMD and Nvidia - though Intel...

By Computer Shopper on 80

Those looking for a reasonably speedy and affordable SSD should seriously consider SanDisk's latest mainstream drive. Content creators will especially appreciate its speed when writing large files....

By Computing on Demand on 68

The design and size of the PCB inside the Ultra Plus leads us to believe there may be something left on the table here for SanDisk. As interesting as that sounds, the delivery of nCache as a game changer ends up with it just being another player on the...

By Kitguru.net on

Today we are looking at the SanDisk Ultra Plus 256GB Solid State drive which features a Marvell SS889175 processor and SanDisk 19nm memory. Prices of this drive have dropped in recent weeks to around £130 inc vat. Is this an ideal large capacity...

By HardwareHeaven on 90

Looking first at build quality and design the Ultra Plus takes a different approach to many alternative models. We get a compact casing, ideal for notebooks, which can be expanded for those who need it. The plastic casing is solid enough but minimises...

By Hardware Canucks on

By creating the Ultra Plus, SanDisk certainly deserves some credit. They have engineered a versatile drive which implements some innovative engineering alongside respectable performance and wraps it up into a package that costs less than $225. It...

By APH Networks on

If Xerox is to photocopying and Kleenex is to boxed tissue, then SanDisk has got to be associated with flash memory. Sure, there are many brands out there today, but if you remember what was going on in the technology world when Avril Lavigne was...

By CDRLabs on

The SanDisk Ultra Plus SSD is a welcome change from the myriad of "SandForce Driven" SSDs on the market today. This ultra-slim drive combines Marvell's 88SS9175 controller with SanDisk's own 19nm eX2 ABL MLC NAND flash to deliver a fast, responsive...

By micromart.co.uk on 80

Pricing in the SSD market has a tendency to shift rapidly and quite dramatically at times. Given that the balance of price to performance is crucial to how well an SSD sits in the current market, it can be quite a challenge to say for certain which drive...