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M 2 SSD drive is a small form factor solid-state drive (SSD) used in internally mounted storage expansion cards. M. 2 SSDs conform to a computer industry specification and are designed to enable high-performance storage in thin, power-constrained devices, such as Ultrabook laptops & computers.
An M 2 SSD drive is a small form factor solid-state drive (SSD) that is used in internally mounted storage expansion cards. M. 2 SSDs conform to a computer industry specification and are designed to enable high-performance storage in thin, power-constrained devices, such as Ultrabook laptops & computers. IT professionals involved with laptop computers often use an M 2 SSD drive because they offer the ability to increase performance by storing data on external scratch disks (also called "mSATA" disks; these are not removable).
It offers higher speeds than traditional hard disk drives (HDD), solutions that have been around for decades and have proven themselves time after time.
The advantages of M 2 drives include:
It offers higher speeds than traditional hard disk drives (HDD), solutions that have been around for decades and have proven themselves time after time.
They are smaller and lighter than traditional hard disk drives (HDD), solutions that have been around for decades and have proven themselves time after time.
They do not require external power supply units or batteries, which means they can be operated in areas with limited electricity or even off the grid if you want to use them as backup drives when you don't need them connected to your main systems at home or office.
It also uses much less space than conventional HDDs . . . up to about 100 times less space required for an HDD versus a single M 2 SSD drive . . . depending on the type of file being stored and its size, about 10 times less space used by an HDD compared with a single M 2 SSD drive without any file system overhead used by the OS or any other software installed on the system . . . this is especially important if you are using an enterprise-grade system vs a consumer-grade system so that you can use it as your primary source of data storage instead of buying expensive terabyte HDDs which may go unused because they aren't able to store enough data per second OR because they only need one small type of file being stored on them OR because they don't allow enough free space OR because they don't easily connect with each other The right technologies

Introduction to M. 2 SSDs

M. 2 SSDs are a new form of solid-state drive that can serve as an expansion card for laptop computers, ultrabooks, and other devices. M. 2 SSDs are micro-sized storage device that contains their own integrated circuit to support high-speed data transfers and thus, provide much higher performance than traditional hard disk drives. The m.2 SSD's microarchitecture is designed to be implemented in smaller form factor devices without sacrificing performance or reliability.
M. 2 SSDs are used in small laptop computers and other devices with a small footprint (70mm x 86mm or less) and low power consumption but large internal storage capacity requirements, such as notebooks and Ultrabook laptops and their docking stations, tablets, smartphones, netbooks, etc.
 M. 2 SSD is small enough to fit into the side of the notebook or Ultrabook laptop's enclosure; it is also small enough to fit in the pocket of the user's clothing or backpack without being noticed so that it can be used discreetly when traveling by train or bus and on public transportation such as subways and buses; also when traveling in crowded environments where there is limited space for storage devices on public transportation vehicles; when traveling with your items; when you're away from home for business purposes; etc.
Although M. 2 SSDs do not use any electric power source such as batteries or lithium-ion batteries, they do still deliver high-performance data transmission rates due to their solid-state design allowing them to achieve speeds up to 40Gbps which means they can transfer data at speeds of up to 40 times faster than a standard hard disk drive (HDD).
A new trend in computer systems has been introduced: using an M 2 SSD instead of a traditional HDD/SSD combination so users don't have to replace their HDD/SSD at regular intervals and thereby increase computing system usage efficiency by 30% compared with conventional HDD/SSD systems.[3] The main advantage of using M 2 SSDs over traditional HDD/SSD combination is that 60% more space can be used compared with traditional HDD/SSD combination.[4][5] The speed of operation increases as well making the performance even better compared with HDD/SSD systems.[6]

Uses of M. 2 SSDs

M. 2 SSD is a small form factor solid-state drive (SSD) that is used in internally mounted storage expansion cards. M. 2 SSDs conform to a computer industry specification and are designed to enable high-performance storage in thin, power-constrained devices, such as Ultrabook laptops & computers.
M. 2 SSDs have been designed to work with the Intel® NAND Flash technology (2nd generation of 3D XPoint™), which offers an element of constant read/write speeds, so they can be used as both a solid-state drive (SSD) and an integrated memory module (IMD).
The data transfer speed of M. 2 SSDs is more than twice that of traditional HDD and has the same capacity as a conventional hard disk drive (HDD).
M. 2 SSD can be made into a solid-state disk by using a miniaturized process within the microprocessors and controllers, thus eliminating the physical connection between the M. 2 SSD and other components such as graphics card or other peripherals inside computers.
A miniaturized process within the microprocessors and controllers can eliminate the physical connection between M2SSDs and other components such as graphics cards or other peripherals inside computers.

Types of M. 2 SSDs

M. 2 SSD is a small form factor solid-state drive (SSD) based on the industry-standard M. 2 Micro-contact Interface Standard (M. M2) that conforms to the Computer Industry Specification for Small Form Factor Storage Devices (CISF). However, the M. 2 SSD does not require any special driver in order to be used in Ultrabook laptops, or computer cases. In fact, there are two M. 2 SSD drives available for use in computers that conform to a motherboard and CPU socket specification:
1) M. 2 5mm to PCI-Express x1 mini connector – This connector can be used by motherboards and CPUs that support PCI-Express x1 mini-slot as well as SATA Express connectors from up to 8 manufacturers and 6 total manufacturers of other 3rd party devices such as USB 3.0 / SATA 6Gbps / SAS 6Gbps connectors
2) M. 2 5mm to PCIe x4 connector – This connector can be used by motherboards and CPUs that support PCIe x4 slots as well as SATA Express connectors from up to 8 manufacturers and 6 total manufacturers of other 3rd party devices such as USB 3.0 / SATA 6Gbps / SAS 6Gbps connectors
3) M. 2 5mm micro-USB connector – This connector can be used by motherboards and CPUs that support micro-USB slot as well as USB 3.0/SATA 6Gbps/SAS connectors from up to 8 manufacturers and 6 total manufacturers of other 3rd party devices such as USB 3.0 / SATA 6Gbps / SAS 4Gbps connectors

Choosing M. 2 SSD for Your Computer

When shopping for  M. 2 SSD drive, there are several things to consider before you choose the drive. You should know what exactly you’re buying and understand its purpose.
What is it used for?    M 2 SSD is used to replace an existing 2.5″ SATA hard disk drive of the same capacity and speed (SSD) such as a hard drive or solid-state drive (SSD).
Why is it necessary?  M 2 SSD drives are useful in cases where:
1) The storage capacity of a vacuum-sealed enclosure can't be expanded with an external storage device;
2) The computer must be powered down while accessing external storage;
3) The computer must be powered down while accessing internal storage;
4) The computer must be powered down while accessing an external USB 3.0 port with a high-speed USB 3.0 external SSD device;  M 2 SSDs are also useful when the computer needs to access a high-performance PC-to-PC or PC-to-PC (P2P) connection or when using an external USB 3.0 port that supports data transfer up to 10Gbps (10 Gbps = 1 gigabit = 1 billion bits = 1012 bits).
What size does it have? M 2 SSD drives are available in various form factors: M 30, M 90, M 120, and M 240. Each size has its own advantages, but there's no right size. Choose the right speed and capacity for your needs with each choice, so you can find out what works best for you and your environment.
 

Installing M. 2 SSD in Your Computer

The M. 2 SSD is the next evolution in solid-state storage technology. Its small form factor, high performance, and low power consumption offer a significant improvement in performance-per-dollar and power-per-dollar compared to traditional hard disk drives and optical drives.
M. 2 SSD is an internal expansion card that can be used to add a new drive to your computer without connecting it to a separate external drive or docking station, but only when the computer's motherboard supports  M. 2 slot (the M stands for "mm"), which allows for compatibility with SATA 3 or SATA Express storage cards (SATA SFF-Express).
A system containing an M 2 SSD can be referred to as an "M2" system, but not all systems will fit into this category; instead, two or more separate M2 slots on the motherboard are required for compatibility with M2 drives, as each slot requires its own set of connectors (M2_1 & M2_2).


The majority of motherboards manufactured today support both SATA 3 and SATA Express, so any computer that has either type of connector on its motherboard can use an M2 SSD with no compatibility issues. However, there are many cases where only SATA Express connectivity is required by the computer's operating system or hardware interface that is supported by standard SATA 3 connectors (such as PCIe), making some systems incompatible with an M2 SSD. The amount of time it takes to install the drive can vary depending on the size of the first drive installed in the slot and how much space was left free after installing other drives. In most cases, installing an M2 SSD requires about 50–100% less space than doing so with a standard hard disk drive (HDD) or a solid-state drive (SSD) connected via USB 2.0/3.0/3.1 port.

Overview of M.2 SSD

There are many uses for M. 2 SSD drives, but they are primarily used in external storage expansion cards (ESX/L). They can be used in SSDs, solid-state drives (SSDs), and hybrid disk storage arrays using the same host interface.
M. 2 SSD drives are used in computers and notebooks as an alternative host interface to the mini-USB port. They have many advantages including more capacity, faster data transfer speed, and more flexibility than USB flash drives.
M 2 SSD drive is a small form factor solid-state drive (SSD) that is used in computers as an alternative host interface to the mini-USB port. M2 SSD is a small form factor solid-state drive that is used in computers as an alternative host interface to the mini-USB port. The M2 SSD has many advantages including more capacity, faster data transfer speed, and more flexibility than USB flash drives.

 

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Biostar M700 Series 128GBSSD M.2 Nvme

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Leven JP600 128GB M.2 2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 3D

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Samsung 980 250GB PCIe 3.0 M.2 NVMe SSD

৳ 5,300

Leven JP600 512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe Internal Solid State Drive

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Samsung 970 EVO Plus 250GB NVMe M.2 (Bundle with PC)

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M.2 Samsung 250GB 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 x4 Nvme SSD 

৳ 7,700

500 GB SAMSUNG 980 PCIE 3.0 M.2 NVME SSD

৳ 7,000

M.2 Samsung 500GB 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 x4 Nvme SSD

৳ 12,000

Samsung 1TB 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 x4 M.2 Internal SSD

৳ 18,500

Samsung 980 1TB PCIE 3.0 M.2 NVMe SSD

 ৳ 13,500