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The 1TB Sabrent Rocket 2230 internal SSD is perfect for upgrading the storage on your Steam Deck, a thin laptop, and more. It's currently priced at an all-time low of just $89.99 at Amazon.
The gold-colored 1TB Sabrent Rocket Nano external SDD is priced at just $70.70 on Amazon for its lowest price ever. It's only 2.7 inches long and 1.1 inches wide and weighs just 1.6 ounces.
External SSDs are quite popular today as they provide a good blend of size and portability. In case you are someone who wants the absolute fastest, check these Thunderbolt SSDs from SanDisk, Sabrent.
The 2TB SABRENT Rocket Q4 2230 internal SSD is the perfect size to upgrade your Steam Deck or ASUS ROG Ally portable gaming PC's onboard storage, and it's at its lowest price ever on Amazon.
Sabrent's Rocket 4 Plus 8TB sports impressive specs on paper, with the whole model line having a solid reputation among enthusiasts. I check out if the 8TB SSD can keep up with its faster sibling.
The 1TB Sabrent Rocket 2230 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD is perfect for increasing the storage of Valve's Steam Deck or the upcoming ASUS ROG Ally, and it is currently discounted at just $109.99 right now.
Sabrent's Rocket 4 Plus-G ships with a DirectStorage optimised firmware. I put it through its paces in Forspoken, the first game to use DirectStorage, and see how the SSD performs in normal use, too.
Right now you can get a quick NVMe SSD with rave reviews for just $99.99. This PCIe Gen4 drive normally sells for $120 and is also backwards compatible. This could be too good to pass up!
GPU decompression, which was recently introduced in Microsoft's DirectStorage 1.1 API, has been tested. The performance figures paint a rosy picture on the Sabrent Rocket Plus G SSD.
Sabrent has launched its new Rocket 4 Plus G NVMe SSD. However, the new drive is no ordinary NVMe as it has been designed specifically to take advantage of the Microsoft's new DirectStorage API.
Sabrent has launched today a massively spacious 16TB external SSD dubbed the Rocket XTRM-Q. The new SSD is a dual NVMe drive enclosure containing two 8TB SSDs that can be run together in RAID 0 mode.
Did you catch our review of the Sabrent Rocket Q4 NVMe 4.0? When you're done reading it, stop by for your chance to win the review unit as we're giving it away to one lucky reader. Happy Holidays!
If you're looking to take your computer's performance to the next level, you need to buy an NVMe drive. The Rocket Q4, a PCIe Gen4 SSD, touts speed, so let's take a look and see if it holds true.
Right now you can get a quick NVMe SSD with rave reviews for just $109.98. Normally selling for $130 and with a retail price of almost $165, this could be too good to pass up for your storage needs.