GoodRAM announces CX200 SSD line

GoodRAM announces CX200 SSD line

The maker of budget-oriented memory products GoodRAM has announced a new solid-state drive line that is called CX200. The line includes four drives with capacities of 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB and 960 GB and all of them are perfect for upgrading notebooks and desktop computers.

The new CX200 line is available in the common 2.5-inch form factor and supports SATA 3.0. The drives in the line are based on the Phison PS3110-S10 memory controller and 15 nm Toshiba TLC NAND memory. The CX200 can be thought of as a successor to the older CX100 line, which uses the same memory controller but 19 nm TLC NAND memory by Toshiba. You can see the performance of the new SSDs below:

The CX200 line will be available at the end of April. Each SSD will come with a 3-year warranty. As to pricing the 120 GB model will sell for USD 43, while the 240 GB and 480 GB models will cost USD 66 and USD 136, accordingly. The price of the 960 GB model is unknown as of now.

Source: GoodRAM

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