As it makes sense, the SSDs in this collection all have an interface SATA (ie in 2.5 inch or M.2 format.) Therefore, the maximum speed we will get with the best of them will be around 560 MB / s.
Crucial BX500 500 GB
The first is the Crucial BX500, one of the cheapest SSDs that can be found on the market, and which exceeds 500 MB / s in writing and reading. In particular, we find a reading speed of 560 MB / s, for the 510 MB / s write. It is only available in 2.5 inch form factor.
Kingston A400 480 GB
This one Kingston A400 is the cheapest SSD in the collection, but in return, it is the slowest. With 480 GB of storage, we have a read speed of 500 MB / s and a write speed of 450 MB / s. The difference with other models is very small, but there may be someone who prefers to pay a little more for something more powerful. In case it does not bother you to be a little slower, it is your SSD.
Western Digital WD Blue 500 GB
WD also has the range WD Blue, the cheapest they have and with prices slightly higher than the rest of the companies. In return, we have the fastest SSD in the collection, with 560 MB / s read and 530 MB / s write. In addition to having it in 2.5 inches, we also have it in M.2 for 2 euros more.
SanDisk SSD Plus 480 GB
This one SanDisk SSD It is one of the most affordable in the collection, and also the one with the slowest writing speed. With 535 MB / s read, the writing drops to 445 MB / s. In return, this model is the one we chose a few days ago and which became the first to lower the 99 euros with its version of 1 TB.
Toshiba TR200 500 GB
Finally, we have Toshiba, which is one of the latest manufacturers to join the SSD market. Your unit TR200 it has a read speed of 555 MB / s and a write speed of 540 MB / s. SSD is only available in 2.5-inch SATA format.