Back when Solid State Drives were first introduced, capacity was extremely small at numbers like 128GB or 256GB, the thought of a drive with 1 or more Terabytes was unimaginable.

However, today that has all changed, with a number of new drives with huge capacities available, and now the world’s largest SSD, the Fixstars SSD-1300M. which has a massive 13TB 2.5-inch drive.

That makes it the largest SSD in the world, capable of storing a massive amount of data.

The drive also boasts read speeds of up to 540MB/s, and write speeds of up to 520MB/s, along with a temperature control system to minimise the risk of heat damage, and an optional high durability mode, which triples the longevity of the drive according to Fixstars however, with this on you half the storage to 6.5TB.

If that isn’t your thing, you can also grab the second SSD that Fixstars announced today, a 10TB model.

The Fixstars SSD-1300M will be priced at a massive $13,000, so its unlikely many of you will actually buy one, but if it does take your fancy then you’ll be happy to know that shipping is expect to kick off by the end of next month in the US.

Via: PC World

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