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Plextor M6e SSD review: It's faster than a SATA drive, and not much more expensive

At a Glance

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  • Plextor M6e PCI Express SSD (256GB)
    4/5

    For a price tag that's just a little higher than an SSD with a SATA 3.0 interface, Plextor's M6e delivers a 20-percent jump in read performance.

At a Glance

For a price tag that's just a little higher than an SSD with a SATA 3.0 interface, Plextor's M6e delivers a 20-percent jump in read performance.

Price when rated: $300
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Pros

  • Excellent performance
  • Easy to install (in a desktop PC, that is)
  • No device driver required

Cons

  • Suited only to desktop PCs
  • More expensive than SSDs with SATA 3.0 interfaces
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