WD has released the first SSDs on the market licensed to work with the Sony PlayStation 5 console.
The WD Black SN850 NVMe is available in either 1TB or 2TB. For the first they ask for $170, and the second will cost $280.
Technically, of course, this is a regular SSD, but the Sony PlayStation license says that the companies have tested this SSD for compatibility. In addition, there are speeds corresponding to Sony recommendations: up to 7000 and 5300 MB / s for reading and writing, respectively.
There is also a very massive heatsink, and Sony just advises using an SSD exclusively with a cooling system.
Separately, it is worth noting that the WD website indicates that this SSD is not intended for NAS or server environments.