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Hello, I;m **** Ngo and this is the Plextor M6VSSC.
Now, V stands for velocity, but it can also stand for value, because this one is one of the most affordable drives On the market.
Now this 256 gigabyte capacity here has a suggested retail price of just $100 and that means the street price is going to be even lower than that.
The drive is also available in 128 gigabyte and 512 gigabyte.
Now this is a standard SSD to replace any regular hard drive like this laptop one, Or even this desktop one right here, and what do you do?
You computer performs a lot faster.
A lot a lot faster, that is, because in my testing the drive here, excel in almost all categories.
In fact, it scored sometimes even close to that, much more expensive higher end drive.
Now, the M6 delivers that performance because it has the smart caching feature called Plexturbo 3.0 that automatically detects and caches frequently accessed data to improve performance over time.
On the downside, the Plextor here does not include any backup or drive cloning software.
It also comes with a short three year warranty.
All things considered though, it's still an excellent drive.
Now to find out more on why it is an excellent drive, check out my full video at Cnet.com.
But if you don't like reading, Just watch this [UNKNOWN] video five or six times in a row, and go ahead and get it.
You will not be disappointed, and that's because I'm **** Ngo and I recommend this M6VSSE [UNKNOWN]
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