PNY unveils CS1311 and CS2211 solid state drives

PNY unveils CS1311 and CS2211 solid state drives

The US maker of memory products and video cards PNY has announced two new solid-state drive lines – the CS1311 which targets the entry level market segment and the CS2211 line, which is designed for gamers and enthusiasts.

“Whether you’re editing videos with 4K content or looking to step up your game in the high performance gaming segment, the new CS2211 SSDs — offering blazing fast speeds, enhanced reliability and durability — are the perfect solution,” said Thomas Climer, Senior Director of Product Marketing. “Everybody wants the fastest PC or laptop they can afford, by replacing a slow HDD with a much faster PNY CS1311 SSD the increase in boot up speed and responsiveness of the system will be instantly noticeable. Backing up your HDD and installing your new PNY SSD is made much easier now with the inclusion of the Acronis software.”

The PNY CS1311 is available in the popular 2.5-inch SATA form factor and offers capacities between 120 GB and 960 GB. The SSDs in this line offer low power consumption, high performance and cooler operation. They are perfect for first time SSD users and are optimized for mixed workload. The CS1311 does not have any moving parts and that’s why all SSDs in this line come with a 3-year limited warranty.

The CS2211 is PNY’s line of high-performing solid-state drives that do not compromise on speed. The drives in this line reach up to 565 MB/sec of read speed and dramatically improve performance when working with large files. The CS2211 line includes SSDs with capacities of 240 GB, 480 GB and 960 GB and uses the latest technologies in MLC NAND flash memory. All drives in this line feature the common 2.5-inch form factor.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: PNY

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