Today Western Digital announced that they will be launching their fastest ever SSD at CES 2017 this week.

Called the WD Black PCIe SSD it was designed with the PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe standard and offers a total of 2,050MB/s sequential read and 800MB/s sequential write speeds.

That’s pretty huge speeds.

The WD Black PCIe SSD will be available for $109 in the US for the version with 256GB of storage, or $199 for double the storage.

To top that off, Western Digital’s SanDisk also unveiled their own stuff with the release of a new microSD card and a new flash drive, including the 256GB SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.1 SSD, which has transfer speeds of 420MB/s reads and 380MB/s writes for $179 it will launch later this month.

They also unveiled the 256GB SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card, which will also be launched later this month for $199, offering higher storage than what you will normally find in a microSD card.

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