Silicon Power adds Velox V50 SSDs to product line

Silicon Power has released a new SSD series known as Velox V50 just days after the launch of the Velox V55 and Slim S55 SSD lines. The new product line comes with a brand new memory controller and four different capacities to suit every taste and price point.

The Velox V50 SSDs are available in the usual 2.5-inch form factor and sport MLC NAND flash memory as well as the latest SATA 3.0 standard for great transfer speeds and high dependability. To further improve operations the Velox V50 is fully compatible with TRIM, Garbage Collection technology, NCQ and RAID and have ECC technology for data transmission reliability as well as SMART for self-monitoring.

Silicon Power offers the Velox V50 in four capacities – 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB. The SSDs reach 530 MB/sec of maximum read speed and 200 MB/sec of maximum write speed. Available now the Velox V50 line measures 100 x 69.85 x 9.5 mm, weighs just 63 grams and is available in iron grey brushed aluminum.

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Pricing is unknown.


Source: Silicon Power

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