About this item
Compact Size: Fanxiang S301 mSATA SSD is smaller than traditional 2.5 inches SATA SSDs, making it suitable for use in compact devices.
Fanxiang S301 mSATA SSD has high speed read/write speeds up to 550/500MB/s, which means it can provide faster boot times and faster data transfer speeds.
High Reliability: Fanxiang S301 mSATA solid state drive has higher reliability because it has no mechanical moving parts and is more durable compared to traditional mechanical hard drives.
Diverse Capacity Options: Fanxiang S301 Mini SATA SSD has different capacity options to meet different storage needs.
3-year Warranty: We provide 3-year limited warranty service, you can buy and use with confidence.
Note: Products with electrical plugs are designed for use in the US. Outlets and voltage differ internationally and this product may require an adapter or converter for use in your destination. Please check compatibility before purchasing.
256GB, 512GB, 1TB, 2TB
I've used fanxiang products before in some of my builds. Recently I had a machine that I wanted to expand the storage but it used mSATA instead of the m.2 drives I normally see. So I took a chance on this. Speeds seem good. Speed test was over a USB 3.1 to SATA adapter. So far I think this one will work out great.
Great concept. I did not use but I am planing to replace the SSD with this option.
I was excited about this but found that it did not fit my devices, including an external carrier.
If you need a relatively low capacity M.2 drive and aren't looking to spend much, this isn't a bad deal. Prices are coming down so fast on drives like this that it may be overpriced by the time you see this if the price doesn't drop, though.
Anyway, performance is OK and this is ideal for single board computers that support it or to extend the storage space of a laptop or standard PC that came with low capacity storage... as long as you have an open M.2 slot. It's NOT an nVME drive so you won't get blistering speed out of it, but it's fine for anything you want to run off it today in 2023 at least.