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It is also three times faster than WD's SATA SSD, making it ideal for 4K video editing and storage, according to the company. And now that NVIDIA and RED camera maker are starting to introduce 8K editing to the general public, even high-end video producers might want to watch it. Of course, 4K clips can accumulate a lot of storage, so it's convenient to have inexpensive options when looking for an SSD upgrade.
Cheaper is still the new model of 250 GB, which costs $ 55. There is no confirmed release date for the duet yet. Meanwhile, players looking for more storage and higher speeds can turn to WD's Black 3D NVMe (unveiled last year), which costs a bit more and offers a model of 1 To 3,470 MB / s at a price of $ 280.