The 10 Best Selling SSDs Of 2013

8. Seagate

Seagate SSDs captured 1.7 percent of sales in 2013, placing it in a virtual tie with OCZ, which trailed by hundredths of a percent. But unlike Toshiba, which had a significant market share and lost it, Seagate didn't enter the SSD market until May 2013, when the magnetic-drive pioneer launched its first consumer- and enterprise-grade SSD products. Seagate offers SATA and SAS SSDs with capacities between 100 GB and 800 GB, and hybrids up to 4 TB.

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