Silicon Power unveils Velox V60 SSD

The Taiwanese Silicon Power, a worldwide leader in memory storage solutions, has unveiled the 2.5-inch Velox V60 solid-state drive that combines both performance and looks.

The new company product hits the market in a sleek aluminum metal body and fully supports the latest SATA 3.0 standard, which is a true promise of high speed data communication. The chassis also comes with a silver embossed diamond cut logo and a body with curved edges – so that customers won’t have to sacrifice performance for aesthetic reasons.

Silicon Power Velox V60 SSD

The new Velox V60 SSD reads data at 550 MB/sec and writes at 500 MB/sec courtesy of the latest SandForce controller. Available in 60 GB, 120 GB, 240 GB and 480 GB capacities the new drive weighs only 64 grams, has no moving parts and is one of the lightest SSDs currently on the market while generating less heat and noise, which makes it the perfect choice for notebooks, ultrabooks and users on the go.

Pricing is unknown but all Velox V60 SSDs come with a three-year warranty.


Source: Hardwareheaven

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