Team Group has presented the first M.2 SSD unit with its own liquid cooling. To date something like this was possible, but based on installing water blocks, of course. The T-Force Cardea exchanges the classic metal heatsink for a transparent container filled with coolant that, according to Team Group, users can empty and refill as needed. You have not specified how many times this process can be performed, but apparently it is quite simple:
The housing has a mark with which we can know when it is advisable to add more liquid, or also if we want to balance the content between liquid and air. With regard to temperatures, which is the key to this design, it seems that the idea manages to reduce them by 10 degrees (with respect to which reference we do not know, but Team Group has also released the data). On the other hand, these are PCIe 3.0 units, not the current 4.0 models, and their specifications look like this:
In terms of prices, the Team Group has said nothing, but for now we have found the 512 GB model for 105.59 euros in PcComponentes.