Solid State Drives or SSD's are about to launch at HomeKit Australia.

You will be able to buy online SSD's at Australia's best SSD pricing in the following varieties .... 500GB NVMe, 1TB NVMe, 2TB NVMe and 2TB SATA III.

All of these SSD's will carry the HomeKit Australia logo being made for us in a high-tech SSD and RAM manufacturing facility.

This week HomeKit Australia announced that it's new range of NVMe PCIe SSD (Solid State Drive) will be shipping this month.

Initially HomeKit Australia will be stocking 512GB, 1TB and 2TB PCIe NVMe SSD's plus 2TB 2.5" SATA III SSD's.

The 2.5" SSD's will be also available as a see-through external drive solution.

Watch out for HomeKit Australia's bargain priced SATA SSD drives - coming in September.

These SATA 2.5" SSD drives will join our burgeoning range of selected SSD drives.

These SSD drives feature 6Gbps data transfer speed but will be available at a sensational Australian launch price.

Portable SSD drives will be available from HomeKit Australia from September.

Available in capacities of 1TB and 2TB, these portable SSD drives will be HomeKit Australia's own SSD label.

They feature high speed, low power consumption, good heat dissipation, shock proofing and they ship in their own pocket case.

Solid State hard drives - more commonly referred to as SSD's - are rapidly replacing the traditional magnetic or platter hard drives.

However, when you are searching for an external SSD drive it can be quite confusing.

Our series of SSD drives kicks off with a dual NVMe and SATA case, continuing through to our premium Thunderbolt SSD drives.

Our first ever 9.99% off everything sale begins today and runs through to Sunday night.

HomeKit Australia's Black Friday Sale has no minimum purchases, no coupon codes just a straight 9.99% off every item in the store.

You can get a 500GB NVMe SSD external drive for just $89.96.

Solid State Drives or SSD's operate in a similar fashion to your computer memory.

Both use IC's (Integrated Circuits) or chips for data storage which makes them significantly faster than older mechanical hard drives.