LiteOn releases S900 solid-state drive line

LiteOn releases S900 solid-state drive line

The Taiwanese company LiteOn has released a new solid-state drive line known as S900. The new line has three models as of now with capacities of 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB and supports the latest SATA 3.0 standard.

Each S900 SSD measures 100 x 69.85 x 6.8 mm and weighs 56 grams. The drives also come in the popular 2.5-inch form factor and are based on Toshiba MLC NAND flash and Marvell memory controllers. The drives reach 530 MB/sec of read speed and 290 MB/sec of write speed and offer 99 000 IOPS while reading and 73 000 IOPS while writing.

The new line supports all modern SSD technologies including but not limited to TRIM, 256-bit AES encryption, SMART and NCQ and has RoHS, WHQL, BSMI and other certifications. The drives can work in machines based on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. All drives also come with a 3-year warranty.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: LiteOn

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