Here is a link to the article. https://www.cdrinfo.com/d7/content/gigabyte-showcase-pcie-40-m2-ssd-and-oled-aero-laptops-computex
this sounds better than 2100MB/s Read 1500MB/s Write - also why the price has come down, this is old stock that needs to be gone before the new kit comes out.
With PCie 4 we will be getting 5000MB rd/wr speeds. Gigabyte will be showing this off Monday.
so you know this is dramless which isn't good when it comes such a large size "Realtek plans to offer a cheaper RTS5763DL controller aimed at lower-end SSDs without DRAM." https://www.anandtech.com/show/13287/adata-announces-xpg-sx6000-pro-ssds https://www.anandtech.com/show/13010/realtek-nvme-pcie-rts5762-rts5763dl-controllers
Indeed, the endurance on these drives is fine, if you wrote an average of 100GB per day, every day, it would take you 16+ years to hit the TBW limit, and even then it'll probably last long beyond that. (highfive)