The prices of NAND memories remain modest and falling, despite recent rebounds by the trade war between Japan and South Korea , and that’s great for consumers . In this context, the best thing is not only to be able to pay less for our SSD, but to see more options arrive, and more bulky, from the manufacturing companies. Adata has just introduced a new 2TB model for its series On paper, promises to offer sequential read and write speeds of 3500 MB / s and 3000 MB / s, on the one hand, and random readings and writings of 360,000 IOPS in both cases. The new unit uses the Silicon Motion SM2262EN controller, and uses Micron NLC TLC 3D memory, an SLC cache and presents 5 years warranty . For now, the price in the US will be 290 dollars, so we imagine that it will arrive here for just over 300 euros.