Samsung has issued a software fix to address slowdown problems with its triple-level cell 840 EVO SSDs -- the company's most affordable consumer drive.
The second generation of Samsung's innovative vertical-NAND flash memory is built for bulk storage and delivering fantastic yield rates--two signs that Samsung SSDs packing the tech could be much cheaper than today's 850 Pro line.
A shortage may stall SSD prices, but the cost-per-gigabyte will continue to decline
Samsung has also released 128GB, 256GB and 512GB SSDs based on new V-NAND technology
The Silicon Valley SSD maker is now part of Toshiba but will continue to operate independently
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