Crucial launches Adrenaline solid state drives

Crucial has launched a new line of solid state drives that are to serve as cache for your computer.

The new drives belong to the Adrenaline line of SSDs and are available now. The Crucial Adrenaline Solid State Cache Solution has been specifically designed for boosting the performance of Windows 7-based PCs. A simple upgrade that allows users to keep their existing hard drive, Crucial Adrenaline enables PCs to boot up to twice as fast and increases data access speeds by up to eight times.

Another advantage of the new drives is that they provide users with hard drive capacities but with SSD speed – all at an affordable cost.

Crucial Adrenaline SSD

“While consumers understand that SSDs provide enhanced PC performance, many still want to maintain their existing high-capacity hard drives,” said Robert Wheadon, worldwide senior product manager, Crucial. “We designed Crucial Adrenaline to be affordable and straightforward, so customers can easily upgrade their PCs to gain the increased speed of an SSD, yet still utilize the higher capacities they’ve come to expect from traditional hard drives.”

The new Crucial Adrenaline drives are available now with a MSRP of 117.99 USD and for this money you get a 50 GB Crucial m4 SSD, 3.5” adapter bracket, SATA cable, and NVELO Dataplex caching software.


Source: Legitreviews

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