M.2 SATA3 SSD High Compatible Interface Released by KINGMAX

/ 5 years ago


The memory manufacturer KINGMAX has officially announced the release of the new M.2 SATA3 SSD High Compatibility Interface to manufacturers.

The common M.2 SSD interface has been around for a while now and is also known as the NGFF. Originally they evolved from the Mini PCI Express interface and have now become the future storage for many small devices.

Like it was to be expected, the KINGMAX M.2 SSDs use high speed MLC flash memory that can perform up to 540 MB/s on reading and 300MB/s on writing. They also support both BCH and ECC for error checking as well as S.M.A.R.T. to monitor the health and state of the drives.

KINGMAX is providing a length specification of 42 and 80. These are more commonly known as 2242 and 2280 specifications an and the drives have a full-capacity design.

The small 2242 drives will be available in 32, 64 and 128GB models and the 2280 specifications will also sport a 256GB drive

“The KINGMAX M.2 SSD passed international certifications including CE, FCC, BSMI and RoHS etc.; the products have passed rigorous reliability tests to ensure the reliability and long-term use of the data. All products have passed advanced and precise compatibility tests before being shipped, ensuring consistent product qualities. Thoughtful and complete after-sale warranty services are also provided for all memory products.”

Thank you TechPowerup for providing us with this information.

Image courtesy of TechPowerup.

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