Toshiba RC100 M.2 2242 240GB and 480GB SSD Review – Tiny NVMe

Introduction:

Budget SSDs are a tough trick to pull off. You have components, a PCB, and ultimately assembly – all things which costs money. Savings can be had when major components (flash) are sourced from within the same company, but there are several companies already playing that game. Another way to go is to reduce PCB size, but then you can only fit so much media on the same board as the controller and other necessary parts. Samsung attempted something like this with its PM971, but that part was never retail, meaning the cost savings were only passed to the OEMs implementing that part into their systems. It would be nice if a manufacturer would put a part lik…
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