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    SanDisk unveils world's thinnest 1TB M.2 SSD

    It also intros a rugged All-Terrain portable SSD, and boosts its mobile flash drive capacities.
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    Re: SanDisk unveils world's thinnest 1TB M.2 SSD

    Hmm, while I'm sure "world's thinnest" is good for PR bragging rights, I'm not exactly convinced that - with current devices at least - that shaving a mm here or there is such a big deal. Personally if they can use higher capacity flash then I'd prefer to see a 2TB drive over a thin 1TB one.

    Also, I've been doing a little research on NVMe drives and there seems to be a good few reports that the top performing M.2 drives also seem to have "concerns" with overheating. In which case I'd be a bit wary of this Sandisk drive.

    Post-new-year grumpiness aside though, it's nice to see that Samsung might not have the market to themselves.

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    Re: SanDisk unveils world's thinnest 1TB M.2 SSD

    Now they only need to build it into a Smart Phone

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