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Thanks to SSD, you now have faster and better solution when it comes to data backup. You can never go wrong with an external SSD. If you are still unsure, you can take a look at our external SSD buying guide. Read more about external SSD in Hong Kong below to find out.

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Samsung EVO 960
HK$ 951.00
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This 960 EVO features high performance, sequential reading speed up to 3200MB/s and writing speed up to 1900MB/s; random reading speed up to 380K Iops and writing speed up to 360K Iops.

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HyperX Fury SSD
HK$ 469.00
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HyperX Fury comes in a slim, 7mm SSD form factor to fit in most standard 2.5" notebook storage slots.

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ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB
HK$ 462.00
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ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB, 128 GB, 2.5", Serial ATA III, 560 MB/s, 6 Gbit/s

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HyperX Savage SSD
HK$ 481.00
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With its low profile and slim, 7mm form factor, HyperX Savage SSD fits in most notebooks, desktops and Htpc builds.

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ADATA ASU800NS38-256GT-C
HK$ 866.00
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ADATA ASU800NS38-256GT-C, 256 GB, M.2, Serial ATA III, 560 MB/s, 6 Gbit/s

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Kingston Technology SSDNow M.2 SATA G2 Drive 2 Stores
Kingston's M.2 Sata G2 SSD is a thin and compact, caseless internal solidstate drive that combines high capacity with low power consumption to serve as a reliable caching device or primary storage for the O/S and applications. Suitable for desktop motherboards utilizing the Intel 9x chipset and popular Small Form Factor (Sff) PCs including ultrabooks, notebooks, and tablets, the M.2 2280 Sata G2 SSD easily integrates into designs with M.2 connectors and is ideal for system builders and DIY end users. Lighter weight than a cased Ssd, the M.2 Sata G2 SSD optimizes performance with advanced garbage collection, wear-leveling and Trim support to keep performance consistent over the life of the drive.1 DevSleep, a recent addition to the Sata specification, is an efficient power management option that minimizes power consumption and extends battery life. Firmware-based power loss protection maintains data integrity and ensures data in cache is constantly flushed and hardened to Nand to enable the drive to recover in the event of an unsafe shutdown. The complimentary Kingston SSD Manager (Ksm) monitors warranty status and SSD health via the Kingston website. The M.2 Sata G2 SSD is backed by a limited five-year warranty,2 free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability. M.2 Form Factor: Multi-purpose SFF connector replaces small mSATA and mini-PCIe slots Single-sided design (120Gb/240Gb): Integrates easily into designs with M.2 connectors; ideal for thin-and-light systems High capacity: Available in capacities up to 480Gb Guaranteed : 5 year limited warranty and free technical support Storage Storage Capacity 120 GB Performance Mean Time Between Failure (Mtbf) 1,000,000 Hours Environmental Operating Temperature Operating Temperature 0 to 70 °C Storage Temperature Storage Temperature -40 to 85 °C Vibration (Operating) 2.17 g Vibration (Non-Operating) 20 g Physical Form Factor Solid State Drive Enclosure type Internal Case Colour Blue Dimensions 8.0 cm (W) x 2.2 cm (D) x 0.35 cm (H) - Weight 0.00599 kg Read more
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Samsung Evo 850 2.5-Inch 500GB
HK$ 1,962.00
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Samsung T1 500 GB, 500 GB, 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1)

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Kingston Technology SSDNow M.2 SATA G2 Drive 120GB
HK$ 610.00
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Kingston's M.2 Sata G2 SSD is a thin and compact, caseless internal solidstate drive that combines high capacity with low power consumption to serve as a reliable caching device or primary storage for the O/S and applications. Suitable for desktop motherboards utilizing the Intel 9x chipset and popular Small Form Factor (Sff) PCs including ultrabooks, notebooks, and tablets, the M.2 2280 Sata G2 SSD easily integrates into designs with M.2 connectors and is ideal for system builders and DIY end users. Lighter weight than a cased Ssd, the M.2 Sata G2 SSD optimizes performance with advanced garbage collection, wear-leveling and Trim support to keep performance consistent over the life of the drive.1 DevSleep, a recent addition to the Sata specification, is an efficient power management option that minimizes power consumption and extends battery life. Firmware-based power loss protection maintains data integrity and ensures data in cache is constantly flushed and hardened to Nand to enable the drive to recover in the event of an unsafe shutdown. The complimentary Kingston SSD Manager (Ksm) monitors warranty status and SSD health via the Kingston website. The M.2 Sata G2 SSD is backed by a limited five-year warranty,2 free technical support and legendary Kingston reliability. M.2 Form Factor: Multi-purpose SFF connector replaces small mSATA and mini-PCIe slots Single-sided design (120Gb/240Gb): Integrates easily into designs with M.2 connectors; ideal for thin-and-light systems High capacity: Available in capacities up to 480Gb Guaranteed : 5 year limited warranty and free technical support Storage Storage Capacity 120 GB Performance Mean Time Between Failure (Mtbf) 1,000,000 Hours Environmental Operating Temperature Operating Temperature 0 to 70 °C Storage Temperature Storage Temperature -40 to 85 °C Vibration (Operating) 2.17 g Vibration (Non-Operating) 20 g Physical Form Factor Solid State Drive Enclosure type Internal Case Colour Blue Dimensions 8.0 cm (W) x 2.2 cm (D) x 0.35 cm (H) - Weight 0.00599 kg

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Samsung SSD 960 PRO NVMe M.2
HK$ 3,251.00
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Samsung 960 PRO NVMe M.2 1TB, 1000 GB, M.2, PCI Express, 3500 MB/s

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Eaget S606
HK$ 446.00
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Features: Ultra-thin design with a form factor size of 6.8mm thickness. Ultra-fast unusual read/write speed up to 550MB/s / 420MB/s. 10 times faster than traditional Ssd. Low heating, low noise and low consumption. Shock-resistant design, safe and durable.

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Eaget S606 120GB
HK$ 446.00
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Features: Ultra-thin design with a form factor size of 6.8mm thickness. Ultra-fast unusual read/write speed up to 550MB/s / 420MB/s. 10 times faster than traditional Ssd. Low heating, low noise and low consumption. Shock-resistant design, safe and durable.

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Transcend Transcend SSD370S 128GB 2.5 Inch Solid State Drive Sata III 6Gb/s Prem
HK$ 627.00
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All the speed is back and even faster. Transcend's Ssd370 Sata III 6G/s SSD boasts incredibly fast transfer speeds, large capacities of up to 1Tb, a compact and lightweight design, shock and vibration resistance, and supports DevSleep mode. That means you can enjoy a seamless, lag-free computing experience even when using your notebook on an extended journey. Besides the blazing transfer speeds, the Ssd370 ranges from 32Gb to 1TB capacities that helps you save time to drag and delete files and process large multimedia files within seconds. The Ssd370 maximizes notebook battery life when not in use thanks to the full support of Sata Device Sleep Mode (DevSleep). DevSleep ultra low power state conserves more battery power than current power saving features such as standby mode by shutting down the Sata interface completely. With a remarkable response time of less than 100 milliseconds, you can start working on your computer again almost instantly. The Ssd370 features the industry-standard 2.5 inch form factor. Yet, it measures just 7mm in height and only weighs a mere 52g, which is best suited with thin-and-light notebooks, mainstream PCs, and today's advanced Ultrabooks. The Ssd370 offers an aggressive garbage collection and recycling system. To further increase the lifespan of the Ssd370, built-in wear-leveling and Error Correction Code (Ecc) ensure continued reliable data transfer. SSD Scope also includes a convenient System Clone utility to help make upgrading your existing computer to the performance boost of an Ssd370 quick and easy. To keep your Transcend SSD running fast, clean, and error-free, the advanced SSD Scope software application is available to download and work with the Ssd370. SSD Scope allows you to monitor Ssd370 health status with S.m.a.r.t. technology, enable the Trim command in the operating system to help maintain optimum write speeds, and conveniently update SSD firmware, all from a single user-friendly tool. 128Gb Capacity Next generation Sata III 6Gb/s interface Powerful controller with ultra-fast MLC flash chips Supports DevSleep ultra low power state Supports Trim, NCQ and S.m.a.r.t. functions Silent, low-power operation. Resistant to shock and vibration Includes 2.5 inch to 3.5 inch desktop mounting bracket and screws Three-year Limited Warranty Aluminium Casing Storage Drive Size 2.5 Inches Memory Type MLC Nand Flash Storage Capacity 128 GB Performance Read Speed 560 MB/s Write Speed 460 MB/s Interfaces/Ports Interface(s) Sata 6Gb/s ( 1 x Sata III ) System Requirements Operating Systems Supported Microsoft Windows 8, 7, XP, Vista • Linux series: Fedora 13, Ubuntu 9.10, Solaris 10 • Embedded system: WinXP Embedded, WinCE • Mac OS 10.4 or later • DOS Compliance Certifications CE, Fcc, Bsmi Electrical Voltage 5.0 V Environmental Operating Temperature Operating Temperature 0 to 70 °C Physical Form Factor Flash Drive Enclosure type Portable Case Colour Silver In The Box Ssd370S 2.5 inch Solid State Drive, Metal bracket, Screws Dimensions 10.0 cm (W) x 6.99 cm (D) x 0.68 cm (H) - Weight 0.058 kg

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What You Should Know Before Buying an SSD

As the entire computing world begins to adopt SSD, this should be the best time for you to get one. Thanks to its several advantages, SSD really makes you feel that it is a major upgrade which shows tangible results. Moreover, it is this dramatic performance that encourages many to use SSD for their computers. While HDD is cheaper than SSD, SSD actually offers true value for money if you can get the right one. Before buying a SSD, these are some things that you should consider so that you can make the best decision.

Form Factor

When it comes to getting an SSD, you should get the one that you can mount easily in your system. You can get the best SSD but it will be useless when you cannot mount it due to incompatibility. Thankfully, SSDs are mostly standardized and you will have no problem with them. As long as you pay attention, you can avoid the problem of incompatibility. As of now, most SSDs are available in their 2.5-inch form factor. This size is actually ideal for laptops. However, you should not use this size for your desktop computer because it accepts 3.5-inch form factor. Yet, you can remedy such problem by using a special adapter that converts the 3.5-inch bay drive to accept 2.5-inch form factor.

Performance

SSDs do offer an obvious advantage over the traditional hard disk drive when it comes to performance. It is the reason why people prefer to get SSD for their computers. Unlike HDD, SSD uses the same flash technology like the one you see on flash drives. In fact, even the worst SSD is still better than HDD.

Despite this, not all SDDs are created equally. When you compare several SSDs with similar storage capacity, you need to pay attention to their sequential read and sequential write speed. Even though these SSDs have the same storage capacity, all of them actually have different sequential read and write speed. In other words, you need to pay attention to sequential read and write speed as well.

Storage Capacity

It is important to note that both HDD and SSD operate differently. While HDD can overwrite existing data, SSD is unable to do the same thing. Instead, SSD requires an entire block of data to be erased firstly before you can write new data. Basically, your SSD will need empty space in order to function properly. Otherwise, your SSD becomes less efficient due to insufficient empty space. If you have 250GB, you can only use up to 200GB effectively. Storage capacity is one thing that you should consider before you buy an SSD.

Reliability

Since it does not contain moving parts, SSD does not encounter the problem of mechanical failure. However, it is more vulnerable to a power failure which can result in data corruption or total device failure. It is expected that the lifespan of SSD is between 5 and 7 years. Each passing year will increase the chance of drive failure. This is another thing that you should keep in mind if you want an SSD.