Best SSDs for 2019

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  • $337 MSRP
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Design
    • 8 Features
    • 8 Performance
    • 9 Support
    Toshiba OCZ VX500 SSD

    Is the Toshiba OCZ VX500 SSD's fast enough to justify its high cost? Here's CNET's full review.

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  • $380 at Walmart
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Design
    • 8 Features
    • 8 Performance
    Crucial MX300 SSD

    Looking for a solid-state drive to replace your hard drive? The new Crucial MX300 is totally worth your consideration.

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  • $230 at Walmart
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Setup
    • 9 Features
    • 9 Performance
    • 10 Support
    Samsung SSD 850 Pro

    The Samsung SSD 850 Pro is the first solid-state drive on the market that uses the new 3D, vertical NAND flash memory to offer ultra-high endurance, top performance, a great set of features and the all-new 2TB capacity.

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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Setup
    • 9 Features
    • 9 Performance
    • 9 Support
    Samsung SSD 850 Evo

    Samsung today announced the 2TB capacity of its popular solid-state drive (SSD), the 850 Evo, making it one of the top SSDs on the market with the best combination of performance, features, capacity and price. Here's CNET's full review.

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  • $69 at Walmart
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Setup
    • 8 Features
    • 8 Performance
    • 6 Support
    Transcend SSD370S

    Fast and affordable, the new Transcend SSD370S is a satisfying upgrade that brings a new level of performance to any computers that still use a hard drive. Here's CNET's full review.

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  • $100 at Amazon
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Setup
    • 8 Features
    • 9.5 Performance
    • 10 Support
    SanDisk Extreme Pro SSD

    The Extreme Pro solid-state drive is a new breed of high-end internal storage device intended to be fast, power-efficient, reliable, and affordable. SanDisk's latest drive also comes with an industry-first 10-year warranty. Here's CNET's full review.

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  • $90 at Walmart
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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Setup
    • 9 Features
    • 8 Performance
    • 7 Support
    Crucial MX200

    The Crucial MX200 solid-state drive has a lot to offer, including ultra-high endurance and enterprise features rarely seen in consumer-grade SSDs. Here's CNET's full review.

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    CNET's Rating

    • 8 Setup
    • 8 Features
    • 9 Performance
    • 10 Support
    Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme

    Plextor's latest SSD, the M5 Pro Xtreme, is indeed the extreme version of the already-excellent M5 Pro without the high cost.

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    CNET's Rating

    • 9 Setup
    • 8 Features
    • 8 Performance
    • 9 Support
    WD Black 2 Dual Drive
    Best of both SSD and HDD worlds

    WD releases a first-of-its-kind standard laptop internal storage drive that comes with a 120GB SSD and 1TB HDD on the inside. Here's CNET's full review of it.

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