Samsung India on Tuesday launched its new consumer-centric solid-state drive (SSD) series — the Samsung 860 QVO SSD –that features up to four terabytes (TB) of storage capacity.
The device is built on the company’s high-density 4-bit multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash architecture, and it is designed to escalate the terabyte capacities and make them more accessible.
The recent trend in the technology world suggests that consumers are producing, sharing and using more high-resolution files that include vehement graphics games and large-sized 4K videos. Hence, there is a significant surge in demand for higher capacities and more optimised performance when it comes to storage devices.
Sukesh Jain, Senior Vice President, IT and Mobile Enterprise Business, Samsung India, is of the thought that general PC users who deal with sizeable multi-media content often face the dilemma of upgrading their PC storage to augment their daily computing experience. For the, it becomes a necessity to increase their daily storage and optimise their regular computational activities.
Samsung in a press statement has asserted that their latest offering, the 860 QVO, is befitting for most standard and entry-level laptops or desktops since the device is based on the widely popular Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) interface and 2.5-inch form factor.
According to the core pricing team of Samsung, the 860 QVO will be made available in India from January 2019. The starting price is calculated at Rs 11,249 for the 1TB variant, Rs 18,749 for 2TB variant and Rs 37,499 for 4 TB variant.