Western Digital showed off a new solid state drive option this week for gamers. This is a new multi-layered M.2 2230 solution for gamers designed to make an effective handheld PC gamer. With capacity between 500 and 2 g, you can add more stock for your titles, as well. The SSD also will give a little better speed to all compatible handheld devices such as the ASUS ROG Ally, with speeds up to 5.150 MB/s (1TB and 2TB models), with better games and level loads. You can also use it in M2.2230, SSD-compatible laptops. We have more info here, since they are on sale now.
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The company introduces the TEX-based SSD, built on the legacy of WD_BLACK, and introducing it to all kinds of competitive gamers. The handheld gaming console market will be roughly 2027 md. As the mobile gaming market grew and the world is full of new and innovative storage solutions, enabling mobile gamers to enjoy their on-the-go gaming experience.
The WD_BLACK SN770M NVMe SSD (M.2 2230), the small model-factor, allows consumers to grow their handheld gaming PC internal storage so they can take their game library wherever they go. With a variety of capacities, the consumer has the more option of expanding their game library, with a large to 2TB of dependable Western Digital TLC 3D NAND. This new drive also offers an immersive experience with exclusive gaming capabilities including PCIe Gen. 4, Western Digital’s nCache 4.0, and Microsoft’s DirectStorage support. This is a great option to supercharge compatible handheld devices, such as the YMPUS 8-Switch, with speeds up to 5150 MB/s (1TB and 2TB models) so that you have very fast playing and level loads.