Patriot Memory releases SODIMM memory for ultrabooks

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Need a memory upgrade for an ultrabook? You’ve come to the right place.

Perhaps this is how an ad for Patriot’s new SODIMM memory for ultrabooks will look like. Indeed the US company has launched Memory for Ultrabooks specifically designed for the ultrabook market. Running at just 1.35 volts the new memory comes with extremely low power consumption and provides exceptional performance at very low temperatures while prolonging battery life. The memory has been specially optimized for Intel Core Ivy Bridge processors but should be easily used to upgrade any ultrabook out there.

“Patriot Memory and Intel have been leaders in delivering the fastest and most optimized technologies for mobile platforms,” said William Lai, Director of Product Management at Patriot Memory. ” We’re excited to have Intel’s support as we launch our Memory for Ultrabook SODIMM memory. These modules will provide excellent performance and efficiency, further enhancing the experience of the already powerful Intel based Ultrabook™ platform.“

The new ultrabook memory is now available in modules with 4 GB and 8 GB of capacity and run at 1333 MHz or 1600 MHz. Pricing is unknown, though.


Source: Legitreviews

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