Though itâ€™s a slow writer by NVMe standards, the 1TB Adata Falcon we tested is a great real-world, everyday performer. Itâ€™s also priced below the competition at the moment (currently $157.61 on Amazon). We donâ€™t recommend it for pros or heavy workloads, but itâ€™ll save casual computing types and bargain PC vendors a buck or two.
Specs and pricing
The 2280 form factor (22 mm wide, 80 mm long), x4 PCIe 3.0 Falcon is available in other capacities: 256GB ($46 on Newegg), 512GB ($70 on Newegg), and 2TB ($264.47 on Newegg). They’re all just a bit cheaper than the average bargain drive at the time of this writing.