Western Digital enters the SSD market with Blue and Green drives

12 October 2016
Both 2.5" and M.2 form factors are available.

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q8peace, 12 Oct 2016yes they have to sericly cause sata internal is now dead no it's not, as all these WD SSDs are all SATA, and even a SATA2 SSD offers more performance than a HDD, also having SATA as an option is good for upgrading older and lower end computers.

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Yuri84, 12 Oct 2016Green SSD? Thanks, NEVER. I'm a WD fan - all my drives in p... moreyep , Seagate and WD Green HDD's are biggest craps that will fail mostly within a year ..though I think WD Blue is OK for most average users but definitely not for any heavy use.

  • q8peace

yes they have to sericly cause sata internal is now dead

Yuri84, 12 Oct 2016Green SSD? Thanks, NEVER. I'm a WD fan - all my drives in p... moreYou transfer/modify your data a lot, right?

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Yuri84, 12 Oct 2016Green SSD? Thanks, NEVER. I'm a WD fan - all my drives in p... moreA study showed that WD hdds are the most reliable ones. I tried Toshiba and Seagate, which failed in less than 3 months. Using the WD Green right now which works perfectly good.

Green SSD? Thanks, NEVER. I'm a WD fan - all my drives in past 20 years came from WD exclusively, and they worked great. Till the day I bought a Green line HDD - failed within 1 year. A replacement (also green) also failed within one year. Replaced with blue - failed within 2 years.

I didn't bother with warranty, just replaced it with Red - works like a charm for 3 or 4 years now, no problems so far. I hope WD will offer some Red SSDs, since I won't be buying any green or blue products from WD.

  • AnonD-552536

using colour for hard drive is stupid.