Crucial's MX300 SSD impressed us with a solid blend of performance and capacity for its price. That drive was the first to use Intel and Micron's jointly-produced 3D NAND chips.
Now, Crucial is rounding out the MX300 lineup as promised with 275GB, 525GB, and 1TB drives to go with the 750GB model. While it's not announcing it today, Crucial also appears to have a 2TB MX300 drive in the works. Here's how the lineup looks today:
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Crucial says the MX300 capacities it's announcing today should be available immediately. The company also has M.2 SATA versions of the MX300 coming in 275GB, 525GB, and 1TB form factors. Those drives' performance figures are identical to their 2.5" cousins', and they should be available in late August. Each drive is backed by a three-year warranty. Crucial includes a copy of Acronis True Image HD migration software with each drive, too.
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