While Angelbird is a little known player in a rather huge market, their products always tend to rival what we find in the enterprise market. One thing that always strikes me with Angelbird is the amount of care and quality that goes into their products, from the initial concept and design of the product, down to the materials used in production. If you yourself have ever owned something that was high quality, you know the feeling you get when you hold it in your hands and look at it, and even work with it. It's that same feeling I get when I have the chance to look at product from Angelbird.
This new design from Angelbird, outlived the expectations. Thanks to many years of hard work and intense development, we now have the first glimpse of what the Novachips "Bugatti" is capable of. That is to say, with this controller being an enterprise variant, performance is maintained throughout the capacity of drive, no matter the fill rate or data used. This is something I wasn't sure would ever come, as it's something that was just a fact of life with SSDs. So, I guess it goes without saying that the performance and build quality of this drive is spectacular, and even more, it exceeds my expectations.
Pricing of the Angelbird SSD2go Pro in the 320GB capacity is set at $649.99, with the model we tested today, the 640GB, set at $1099.99. Although, we have partnered with Angelbird to give our readers an additional 10% off using the promo code "TWEAKTOWN-10%," dropping the 320GB capacity to $585.99, and the 640GB to $989.99 for a limited time.
So, if you are in the market for an enterprise class external storage solution, head over to Angelbird via the link in the header, use the promo code, and grab yourself an SSD2go!
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