If you are looking into getting a solid state drive the time is now. It appears that the basic rule of supply and demand is going to drive the prices of SSDs through the roof here very soon. There are a few different reasons for this. One of the major factors is Samsung's Note 7 disaster, with other manufacturers as well as Samsung having increased production of Smartphones (many of which use NAND flash), to fill the gap. The second big reason is just the success of the SSD market. In Q2 of 2016 the SSD market achieved 33.705 million units (nearly 10 million units and 41.2% year-over-year higher and up 9.5% from Q1). This means that the demand is ever increasing, but manufacturing capabilities are not.
- Computex 2018