The 1TB SSD market has several great options for us to choose from. The 960GB BPX Pro fits in with the top tier flash SSDs, but there isn't a clear winner.
The HP EX920 still edges out the other drives in this capacity, but you have to pay close to $50 more slight performance increase. The Adata SX8200 costs nearly the same as the BPX Pro in this size but doesn't perform as well in general applications. The 960 GB BPX Pro strikes an optimal balance between price and performance.
Later in the day, we will publish the results of the 480GB and 240GB models. The performance and pricing ratio changes with all three capacities so we implore you to check the results of all three reviews. Phison's performance carries well as the density shrinks. We can't say about that many of the other premium NVMe SSDs.
With the BPX Pro on the market, we should see even more price reductions as the other companies react. MyDigitalSSD has been a disruptor, and the BPX Pro is another link in the chain, but not in the 1TB size at launch. It's a very good drive but not as dominant as the original when it comes to market.
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