Super Talent offers SSDs in RAID

Super Talent offers SSDs in RAID

The memory and SSD maker Super Talent has presented a rather interesting external SSD drive, called USB 3.1 Portable RAIDDrive. The name of the device says a lot – it has support for the latest USB 3.1 standard and has RAID technology inside.

The USB 3.1 Portable RAIDDrive includes two M.2 solid-state drives that are connected in RAID 0. This allows the device to offer great read/write speed of 750 MB/sec and 700 MB/sec, respectively. It also delivers capacity – the top model offers 1 TB of space for all your files, music, movies and games. In addition the USB 3.1 Portable RAIDDrive has full support for USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 so you can use it with older computers as well.

There’s no word on pricing as of now. The USB 3.1 Portable RAIDDrive will officially debut during Computex 2015, which will take place between June 2 and June 6, 2015.

Source: Super Talent

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