Today, Samsung launched a new addition to their already extensive SSD lineup. Samsung tells us the 970 EVO Plus SSD features "up to 53 percent" faster write speeds than its predecessor, the 970 EVO, and is more power efficient overall. The new drive is supposedly good for 3500 MB/s and 3200 MB/s sequential read write speeds, respectively, as well as 620,000/560,000 random read/write IOPS at a queue depth of 32. It comes with up to 2TB of Samsungs 5th generation MLC V-NAND and a 5 year warranty that covers up to 1200 TB of writes. According to their press release, MSRP starts at $89.99. Using Samsung's own NVMe drivers. Legit Reviews put some of those performance claims to the test. The drive seems to hit the sequential read/write performance numbers Samsung promised, and the random I/O tests are fairly impressive as well. They note that the price points for the various capacities are slightly higher than the competition now, but that Samsung's software features (like their automatic OS migration tool) and extra performance certainly add some value.