Transcend unveils 192GB 2.5-inch solid state drive

transcend192gssdTranscend Information Inc. the world’s leading manufacturer of memory products, is proud to release its all-new 192GB high speed 2.5-inch Solid State Drive (SSD). This SSD is made of reliable NAND flash memory that contains no moving parts, and therefore is not susceptible to mechanical failure resulting from vibration, shock or heat.

Featuring a powerful new controller, Transcend’s MLC-equipped 192GB SSD far outpaces standard 2.5″ hard drives, delivering exceptional sustained read/write speeds of up to 150MB / 90MB per second to guarantee fast throughput regardless of file size. With these high-speed transfer rates and virtually non-existent (0.2ms) latency, an SSD-equipped computer boots-up faster, games run more smoothly, and overall system responsiveness is improved. Moreover, this SSD’s industry-standard SATA II interface and 2.5″ form factor allow easy and straightforward user installation in most notebook computers and mainstream PCs just like regular hard drives.


Transcend’s high-capacity 192GB Solid State Drive is silent and power-saving, making it an ideal upgrade for notebook computers. It also features integrated ECC (Error Correction Code) to ensure accurate data transfer, as well as built-in wear leveling technology that guarantees ultra-long storage lifespan and long-term reliability. Transcend’s 2.5″ Solid State Drives are available in capacities ranging from 8GB to 192GB with SATA II or IDE interfaces, and are all backed by a two-year warranty and the support of a comprehensive global service network.

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