Kingston Canvas Plus SD Cards

Kingston Canvas Plus SD & MicroSD Card Review

Select Plus, Go! Plus, and React Plus Get Benchmarked Kingston Digital released the ‘Canvas’ series of Flash memory cards in 2018 and while the series was widely popular, it was due for refresh as consumer needs have changes and speeds have improved. In March 2020, Kingston released the new and improved ‘Canvas Plus’ series Flash cards. Canvas …more

JMS583 Powered USB Devices

JMicron JMS583 – Controller Version Matters For Portable USB Drives

The JMicron JMS583 USB 3.1 Gen 2 to PCIe Gen3x2 bridge controller has been widely used on portable USB drives since being introduced in 2018. You can find the JMS583 powering USB NVMe SSD enclosures, memory card readers and portable SSDs in recent years. The list of customers for the JMS583 is impressive as MyDigitalSSD, Sabrent, …more

ORICO Portable NVMe SSD GV100

ORICO GV100 512GB Portable NVMe SSD External Drive Review

ORICO might not be the first brand name that you think of when it comes to storage, but they have been making computer peripheral products since 2009. For more than a decade, ORICO has been selling SSDs, portable SSDs, HDD enclosures, HDD docking stations, USB3.0 hubs, USB chargers and a ton of other products. The …more

Lexar NM610 NVMe SSD Retail Packaging

Lexar NM610 1TB NVMe SSD Review

Lexar NM610 – Budget NVMe SSD Put To The Test! Lexar introduced the NM610 M.2 2280 NVMe SSD series back in August 2019 with the release of 250GB, 500GB and 1TB capacities. While this PCIe 3.0 x4 drive is over half a year old, it seems to be getting more attention right now as Lexar …more

ADATA Ultimate SU750 1TB SSD

ADATA Ultimate SU750 1TB SATA III SSD Review

ADATA Ultimate SU750 2.5″ 1TB SATA III Solid-State Drive Tested If you are looking for a 2.5-inch SATA III SSD the ADATA Ultimate SU750 is one of the many drive series that you’ll find widely available on the market. This series is rated to have speeds of up to 550/520 MB/s read/write and is capable …more

Micron 5100 MAX SATA SSD

Micron 5100 MAX 1.92TB SATA SSD Review

MyDigitalDiscount Offers Micron 5100 MAX At Low Prices The Micron 5100 MAX series of data center drives came out in 2017 and was designed specifically for write-intensive applications. This series features built-in AES-256 bit encryption, TCG enterprise protection, and FIPS 140-2 validation. Back in 2017 when the Micron 5100 MAX was released a 1.92TB model of one of these …more

Lexar SL100 Pro 1TB Portable SSD

Lexar SL100 Pro 1TB Portable SSD Review

Lexar Professional SL100 Pro Portable SSD Micron stopped using the Lexar brand in 2017 and sold the Lexar branding and trademark rights later that year to Longsys, a Shenzen, China-based flash memory company. The Lexar brand was then re-launched in 2018 with the introduction of new memory cads, card readers, SSDs, and USB flash drives. Legit …more

Patriot P300 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD Review – USA Edition

Patriot P300 Arrives With US Edition Model Buying a low-cost SSD can be tricky as there are a number of entry-level NVMe drives on the market with now using a variety of controllers and NAND Flash. Patriot launched their P300 series of SSDs this month in capacities ranging from 128 GB all the way to …more

Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD

Sabrent Rocket NVMe PCIe 4.0 1TB SSD Review

Sabrent Delivers PCIe Gen 4.0 Performance At Low Prices Today we have a real treat for our readers as we’ll be taking a look at the Sabrent Rocket NVMe M.2 2280 form factor SSD that uses the PCIe Gen4.0 x4 interface. This is the best performing SSD that Sabrent has to offer and you are about …more

2020 SSD Test System - New Benchmarks

8 SSDs Tested on AMD X570 Platform with PCMark 10 Storage Benchmark

Legit Reviews Builds New SSD Test System One of the things that Legit Reviews has been working on behind the scenes this month is building up a new SSD test system for improving the way we benchmark storage drives. With more PCIe Gen 4.0 drives getting ready to enter the market we figured that it …more

Intel SSD 665p Solid State Drive

Intel 665p 1TB NVMe SSD Review – Newer QLC NAND

Intel Goes 96-Layer QLC NAND Flash on 665p Intel introduced the Intel SSD 660p series with QLC (quadruple-level cell memory) in Q4 2018 for mainstream users  that were looking for affordable high capacity drives. We have learned that sometime this week, Intel will have manufactured its 10 millionth client-based SSD based on their own QLC 3D NAND. …more

Sabrent Rocket Q 1TB SSD

Sabrent Rocket Q 1TB SSD Review – QLC NAND Flash

How The Cheapest 1TB NVMe SSD Performs – Rocket Q 1TB Tested Earlier this week we took a look at the Sabrent Rocket NVMe SSD series that uses TLC (Triple-Level Cell) NAND Flash memory that stores three bits of data per cell. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the Sabrent Rocket Q NVMe SSD series that uses QLC (Quadruple-Level Cell) NAND …more

Sabrent Rocket NVMe SSD

Sabrent Rocket 1TB SSD Review – TLC NAND Flash

Rocket NVMe SSD Puts Sabrent On The Radar Sabrent is an American company that has been manufacturing consumer electronics going as far back as the 1990’s. Oddly enough, in the 18 years that Legit Reviews has been around we’ve never bumped into Sabrent at any trade shows nor reviewed any of their products. This review on …more

Samsung Portable SSD T7 Drive Enclosure

Samsung Portable SSD T7 Touch Drive Review

Samsung Puts Fingerprint Scanner on Portable SSDs Samsung is no stranger to the portable SSD market and this week they introduced a new model called the Portable SSD T7 Touch. This external storage drive brings a number improvements over the Portable SSD T5 that was introduced back in 2017. For the first time, a built-in fingerprint …more