Silicon Power debuts the Slim S80 SSD

Silicon Power debuts the Slim S80 SSD

Silicon Power has unveiled a new solid-state drive line that boasts thickness of just 7 mm. The new line is called Slim S80 and is a perfect choice for slim notebooks and other similar devices.

The Slim S80 line has all features that you expect from a modern SSD – SATA 3.0 support, large capacities that reach 960 GB, an extra slim enclosure, fast transfer speeds and a reasonable price. All this is wrapped in a 2.5-inch form factor. The Slim S80 reaches a read speed of 555 MB/sec and a write speed of 530 MB/sec, while offering impressive 4K random read/write speeds of 80 000 IOPS. S.M.A.R.T. and ECC are also supported for better data safety; Wear Leveling is present for prolonged lifespan and better durability.

The Silicon Power Slim S80 measures 100 x 69.85 x 7 mm and weighs 79 grams. The line is available in capacities of 32 GB, 60 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB and 960 GB. The drives are available in black and sport a 3-year warranty. Sadly, we do not have specific details on pricing, except that Silicon Power says the Slim S80 will have a reasonable price.

Source: Silicon Power

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