To date, there is not a M.2 NVMe SSD on the market for retail purchase. In fact, one would still be hard pressed to find PCIe X4 M.2 SSDs available at the retail level, but for 3rd party sales of the Samsung XP941 and newest SM951 series M.2 SSDs. OCZ hopes to change this soon enough and reserved this news for a select few this year at Computex. Their newest RevoDrive 400 M.2 NVMe SSD definitely wasn’t on public display for all to see.
This is a very early prototype of the RevoDrive 400 but it will be a consumer release this Fall. It is a NVMe M.2 SSD based on a Toshiba NVMe controller (sorry not allowed to provide the name just yet), will be available in capacities up to 1TB, and is capable right now of speeds above 2GB/s read and write with over 200K IOPS. Remember, this is a very early prototype and those numbers are definitely not set in stone just yet.
On release, the RevoDrive 400 will be available with or without PCIe adapter to ensure mass compatibility and pricing, or an exact release date has not been set as of yet. Stay tuned!