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Samsung SSD 850 EVO Price by Country
Hong Kong HKD 1,050
Indonesia IDR 1,380,000
Malaysia MYR 361
Philippines PHP 4,089
Singapore SGD 115
Thailand THB 2,600
Vietnam VND 1,600,000

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Reviewed on 2016-11-30
Lots of storage, Excellent performance, Reasonable cost on per-gigabyte basisVery expensive overall, Not as fast as last generation in certain cases
If you have a good thing, it's natural to want to keep it going. And that's exactly what Samsung has done with the 4TB version of its SSD 850 EVO ($1,499). Samsung introduced the SSD 850 EVO family in 2014, and its solid-state drives (SSDs) have been favo...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-17
Super Nova: Tons of capacity; great price per GB; good performance, endurance, and warranty; SATA is ubiquitousBlack Hole: 2TB SSDs are still expensive; not as fast as PCIe solutions; SATA is limiting
Super Nova: Tons of capacity; great price per GB; good performance, endurance, and warranty; SATA is ubiquitous. (-) Black Hole: 2TB SSDs are still expensive; not as fast as PCIe solutions; SATA is limiting.Solid-state drives are a game changer when i...
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Reviewed on 2015-12-07
Samsung 850 EVO M.2 SSD Review. Today we examine the 850 EVO M.2, we did look at the 840 a fair while back now, so it'll be interesting to see whats changed. M.2 is the successor of the now retiring mSATA interface. The real strength of the tech is the fo...
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Reviewed on 2015-08-03
Generally when I talk to people about SSDs and how great they are, two concerns almost always pop up. The first concern of course is cost. While cost has been getting more and more competitive in the past few years, SSDs are still relatively expensive com...
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Reviewed on 2015-07-28
Samsung dominate the information storage and DDR memory markets and for good reason – they been at the leading edge of memory development for years and I suspect it will continue that way for many years to come.Samsung's EVO 850 Series solid state drive i...
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Reviewed on 2015-05-22
Samsung's 850 EVO M.2 is the world's first 3D flash on a gumstick SSD. Samsung engineered the 850 EVO M.2 to deliver class leading performance and power efficiency in the smallest form factor available today. Designed around Samsung's own V-NAND 32-layer...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-28
The enclosure has a pretty straightforward design; essentially a black aluminium tube, blank on one side and with the StarTech.com logo on the other.On on end we have the USB 3.0 port, and a pair of screws to insert your M.2 SSD (which is not included).It...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-17
Though we already reviewed the regular EVO 850 SSD series, there are more form factors and a week ago Samsung announced their Samsung 850 EVO SSD based on the M.2 slot as well as the mSATA slot. Samsung submitted both form factors for some testing as we r...
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Reviewed on 2015-04-04
Four months ago Samsung introduced the world to TLC V-NAND in the form of SSD 850 EVO . It did well in our tests and showed that 3D NAND technology essentially brings TLC NAND to the level where planar MLC NAND stands today. The initial launch only includ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Excellent allaround performance, Fieldleading SSD utility software, Competitive pricing for M.2 form factorSATAbus only, Maximum capacity in SSD 850 EVO M.2 line is only 500GB
This puts Samsung in a rare and enviable position, and one that it says allows it to fine-tune the performance of its SSDs in a way that other companies simply can't match. Though that sounds like marketing bluster, Samsung actually backs it up with class...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Small M.2 form factor, Equipped with 3bit 3D VNAND, Available in 120GB, 250GB and 500GB capacities, Features RAPID mode and TurboWrite technology, Excellent sequential read and write speeds under most conditions, Good random read and write performance, Pe...Write speed drops when TurboWrite buffer is full, RAPID mode is Windows only
Like many other manufacturers, Samsung has set its sights on the growing solid-state drive (SSD) market. Last fall, the company launched its first 3-bit 3D V-NAND based SSD, the 850 EVO. Optimized for everyday computing, the 850 EVO was powered by one of ...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Very power efficient, Great overall performance, High capacity in a tiny form factorPerformance lacking in our consumer realworld benchmarks
Like the mSATA model, the Samsung 850 EVO M.2 is very similar to its impressive 2.5 inch brethren; however, it has the added benefit of not being limited by mSATA's legacy architecture. Another advantage of the M.2 form factor is that it comprised of a mu...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
The M.2 socket first appeared a couple of years ago and the market has been slow to take it up in force. Whether, like Thunderbolt, this is because there is already a huge market for regular devices, or whether storage manufacturers are waiting to see whi...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Following the same pattern that Samsung led with the 840 Pro and 840 EVO , history has repeated itself with the 850 Pro and 850 EVO . With the 850 EVO launching late last year and being quite successful, it was only a matter of time before Samsung expande...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
"Let the good times roll" must be what Samsung's SSD division is thinking right about now. After delivering what is still the world's fastest SATA SSD last summer, Samsung tempted value-oriented enthusiasts in December with its 'V-NAND'-based 850 Evo series. Like the 2013's 840 Evo, the 850 Evo was equipped with TLC NAND, albeit with the twist of being 3D TLC NAND -- known as V-NAND in Samsung's solutions.....
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Endurance is also unchanged. Samsung offers a five year warranty on all capacities, which covers 75TBW for 120GB/250GB drives (~40GB/day) and 150TBW for higher capacities (~80GB/day). This is very generous and more than enough for client workloads....
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Samsung is introducing a number of new members to their SSD 850 EVO line-up of Solid State Drives, based on different form factors than the standard 2.5” drives we showed you here. The brand new mSATA and M.2 Samsung SSD 850 EVO drives being announced tod...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Here at Myce.com, we have already reviewed the Samsung 850 EVO SATA SSD, with its ground breaking TLC 3D V-NAND, and found it to be an excellent performer. Today I'm taking a look at a couple of variations to the Samsung 850 EVO, which expands the 850 EVO...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
When we reviewed the Samsung SSD 850 EVO drive last December we knew that different form factors were coming but we didn't know exactly when. That question has now been answered as we have a few different drives on our hands. With the same components we s...
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Reviewed on 2015-03-31
Since entering the SSD market Samsung have created some very impressive drives. In the early drives, when other manufacturers were struggling for reliability, they were seen as being industry leading on that front. In more recent times we have seen them o...
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