Samsung 840 EVO mSATA SSD Review (500GB) – Exceptional Performance in a Large mSATA Capacity


The Samsung 840 EVO mSATA 500GB SSD is one of the best SSD’s that we have ever seen! Samsung has really outdone themselves, by producing a consumer SSD that is available in large capacities and, with the help of Samsung Magician and RAPID Mode, can produce exceptional transfer speed and performance. This still goes without mentioning the TurboWrite technology, which has the ability to increase transfer speeds by as much as 3 times that of a typical low capacity SSD. The Samsung 840 EVO SSD even includes data security that can utilize TCG/Opal features.

The Samsung 840 EVO mSATA 500GB SSD will be available within a few weeks, and will be sold at locations that are already selling the Samsung 840 EVO SSD product line, and even more importantly at prices that are equally comparable to the notebook form factor product line.

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Tech X Editors Choice Opt

Samsung is a manufacturer that needs no introduction and they are about to release a mSATA SSD that will definitely be making waves across the SSD market, never mind the technology world. The Samsung 840 EVO mSATA SSD will soon be gracing our presence, and the performance unprecedented thanks to Samsung's software engineering sorcery. Samsung has clearly dedicated themselves to developing and engineering a SSD that, not only, appeases the masses with larger storage capacities, but by also accompanying these SSD's with exceptional performance. Throughout this review you will see that we tested the Samsung 840 EVO mSATA SSD without…

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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 Award!

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One comment

  1. Nice, no drop performance from 1TB and as the same price as other SSDs. What is next PCI-E raid card for those babys ? 🙂

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