Team announced the launch of its SSD T-Force Vulcan Zwith which it reminds us of the existence of SATA SSDs, and it’s been a long time since we’ve talked about the launch of a unit of this type, which offers some much more affordable prices than the already standardized NVMe, with noticeable performance improvements sufficient for most users.

T-Force Vulcan Z

the T-Force Vulcan Z uses 3D TLC NAND Flash memory chips which, together with the 6.0 Gbps SATA III interface, provide maximum read speeds up to 550 MB/s while the writing will reach 500 MB/s. Added to this is the possibility of choosing a unit that starts in the 240GB capacity for $28.99 to get out of trouble, hup to 2TB, a model whose price has not been announced because it will arrive during the third quarter. In the middle we have units of 480 GB and 1 TB of capacity with respective prices of $45.99 and $81.99.

“For years, T-Force, the gaming sub-brand of global memory supplier TeamGroup, has released a full line of SSDs to meet the diverse needs of gamers. Today, a new generation of T-SATA SSDs has been released. – Force Vulcan Z, which provides faster and smoother gaming experience, and is the best choice for those upgrading their SATA storage device from HDD to SSD for affordable gaming.”