GeIL launches Zenith A3 Pro solid-state drives

GeIL launches Zenith A3 Pro solid-state drives

After launching the Super Luce line of DDR4 memory modules, the Taiwanese Golden Emperor International Ltd (GeIL) has made it to the news once more by launching the new Zenith A3 Pro line of solid-state drives.

The Zenith A3 Pro line comes in the popular 2.5-inch form factor and supports SATA 3.0. The drives in the line are just 7 mm thick and offer capacities of 120 GB, 240 GB and 480 GB. Unfortunately the technical details are rather scarce. What we know is that the Zenith A3 Pro reaches 560 MB/sec of read speed and 290 MB-430 MB/sec of write speed depending on the model. Unfortunately the rest of the tech specs are unknown – we suspect that the Zenith A3 Pro SSD line uses 19 nm MLC NAND flash memory and Phison PS3110-S10 or Silicon Motion SM2246EN memory controllers.

The new Zenith A3 Pro line comes with a 3-year warranty. No word on pricing as of now.

Source: GeIL

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