Silicon Power reveals E20 2.5” SATA SSD

Silicon Power today rolls out their new 2.5-inch SATA solid state drive – the  E20 which offers read speeds up to 250MB/s and write speeds up to 230MB/s.

The E20 has built-in DDR2 DRAM Cache Memory which Silicon Power claims not only enhances SSD’s read and write performances, but also extends SSD’s lifespan. It also packs MLC (multi-level cell) NAND Flash memory chips, circuit current sensor that detects fluctuating or abnormal current to effectively protect your personal data, support S.M.A.R.T. Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology, Garbage Collection Technology and has TRIM support too.

Silicon Power E20 SSD

The new SSD drive has dimensions of 100mm X69.85mm X9.5mm, weights  70g, it’s backed by by a two-year warranty and is available capacities in  32GB/64GB/128GB/256GB capacities.

Silicon Power E20 SSD

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