The opening in pricing between 2.5-inch SATA and M.2 NVMe steady state drives is shrinking by the day. Reinforcing this notion, Western Digital is supply its new Blue SN550 NVMe SSDs at prices that are various the best we now have seen for an SSD at launch.
Often when a producer introduces an SSD line, the retail prices are a bit on the extreme side, as compared with avenue pricing for associated merchandise. WD, nonetheless, has come out swinging. That is how the potential decisions and pricing on WD’s website shake out: