- M.2 is a fashioned like a stick of gum form factor for SSDs (solid-state drives). These SSDs are often faster than standard 2.5-inch SSDs, but they are also more expensive.
- M.2 SSDs are increasingly being used in thin gaming laptops since they take up less space than 2.5-inch SSDs or hard drives.
- M.2 SSDs have storage capacities of up to 2TB. More capacity is available in other form factors.
- You’ll need a motherboard with M.2 slots if you want to use an M.2 SSD in your gaming PC or laptop. Some motherboards feature two or more M.2 slots, allowing you to set up a RAID configuration with your SSDs.
|DIGITAL STORAGE CAPACITY||512 GB|
|HARD DISK DESCRIPTION||SOLID STATE DRIVE|