Transcend rolls out SSD320 solid-state drive series

The memory and storage device maker Transcend has revealed a new 2.5-inch SSD device line known as SSD320.

The SSD320 is the latest SSD model to come out of Transcend. The line includes several models with different capacities all based on MLC memory and SandForce SF-2281 controllers. According to Transcend the SSD320 line can achieve sequential transfers of 560 MB/s read and 530 MB/s in writing with a maximum write rate of 4K files 87 000 IOPS. These ratings show that the new offering is pretty fast and flexible. Transcend SSD320 also offers ECC as well as an integrated technology to produce uniform wear of memory cells, which promises a longer life for itself and reliability for your data.

Transcend SSD320

Transcend SSD320 is available now in capacities of 64 GB (79 USD), 128 GB (129 USD) and 256 GB (229 USD).


Source: Techjailbreak.com

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