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MyDigitalSSD BP4 Slim 7 Series SSD Earns Editor's Choice Award

MyDigitalSSD BP4 Slim 7 Series SSD Earns Editor's Choice Award
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Synopsis: Chris Ramseyer of Tweak Town reviews the MyDigitalSSD BP4 120GB SSD's overall performance and finds that it challenges and outperforms other mainstream drives as well as holds great value for its class. The BP4's leading battery life, steady performances, advanced flash technology, and low price make it a great product and earned it Tweak Town's Must Have Editor's Choice Award with an overall product rating of 93%.

Chris Ramseyer of Tweak Town reviewed the MyDigitalSSD BP4 120GB 2.5-inch SSD and was impressed by its low price alongside a nice performance both with and without data on it. He saw good low queue depth read IOPS performance and the best idle and in-use power consumption for its class.

In testing, the BP4 achieved an impressive 556MB/s read performance and broke 450MB/s when reading sequential data, which beats Samsung's 840 Pro and OCZ's Vector, two of the most popular SSDs on the market today. Raising the bar for all mainstream SSDs, the BP4 was awarded with Tweak Town's Must Have Editor's Choice Award along with an overall rating of 93%. Below are some excerpts from the review.

"The new MyDigitalSSD BP4 120GB still uses sixteen NAND flash chips, and because of that, this new low-cost drive is very fast by today's standards."

"MDDSSD used the newest in flash technology, 19nm Toshiba Toggle 2 with 16K page sizes. At the time of writing there are only a small handful of SSDs shipping with this flash - SanDisk Ultra Plus, Plextor M5 Xtreme and the BP4."

"The MyDigitalSSD BP4 delivers class leading battery life in our Lenovo W530 battery life test."

"In every one of the five point categories, idle, random read, random write, sequential read and sequential write the BP4 outperforms everything else on the chart."

"The BP4 raises the bar of what a mainstream SSD is. The price is what we once considered budget, lower than mainstream, but the performance is higher than what we once classified at mainstream."

"The Bottom Line: The MyDigitalSSD BP4 is priced lower than what we expect to pay for this level of performance. The in use data on the drive performance is at the upper end of the mainstream SSD market, but the battery life is the best of any SSD on the market today."

Read the full article here.

- My Digital Discount

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