http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Corsair/Force_LS_240_GB/ | 435 pageviews | CorsairCorsair's new Force LS SSD is a value-oriented alternative to SandForce drives. The solid-state disk is based on a Phison flash controller with Toshiba 19 nm flash and delivers quite decent performance.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Plextor/M5_Pro_256_GB_SSD/ | 439 pageviews | PlextorPlextor's M5 Pro is the company current flagship SSD, based on a combination of Marvell flash controller and Toshiba 19 nm NAND flash. In our testing we see solid results that can easily compete with other high-end drives. The included five year warranty is another bonus.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Seagate/600_SSD_480_GB/ | 444 pageviews | SeagateSeagate is trying to establish a strong presence in the SSD market using their new 600 and 600 Pro SSDs, which are based on a Link-A-Media controller. Clocking in at $400 for the 480 GB version, our testing shows good price/performance, at affordable storage cost.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Toshiba/THNSNH256GCST_256_GB/ | 625 pageviews | ToshibaWe recently tested the 512 GB version of Toshiba's latest SSD with 19 nm flash chips and a rebranded Marvell controller. Today, we are looking at the 256 GB version to investigate whether the smaller capacity reduces performance, or if it too manages to claim the performance throne.