RunCore announces new Pro V 2.5″ 7mm Ultra SSD

/ 7 years ago

RunCore has announced global availability of their Ultrabook SSD solutions, with their Sandforce-based 7mm Pro V Ultra SSD SATA III series Ultrabook-targeted SSDs. With only 7mm thickness this series is built to unleash the performance potential of the SATA 6Gbps interface, offering up to 525MB/s read and 525MB/s write, featuring write IOPS up to 75000, even in smallest devices of the next and upcoming generations.

Key attributes include ultra-high performance, low power consumption, all combined with increased system responsiveness, high reliability, and enhanced ruggedness when compared to conventional mechanical SATA hard drives. It easily integrates into today’s mobile and desktop platforms and features TRIM support to optimize performance over the drive’s lifespan as the ultimate Windows 7 companion. The brushed stainless steel enclosure not only adds to the aesthetical appearance but also adds to its ruggedness.

The 7mm Pro V Ultra SSD SATA III series is equipped with high-speed synchronous 25nm Flash memory chips implementing DuraWrite technology, prolonging the overall product life expectancy up to 20 times over conventional solution.
Particularly is stressful environment and under mission-critical operations these 7 mm ultra-thin solid state drives offer an ideal upgrade solution, enhancing not only system speed, longevity but also long-term shock-proof data security.

Source: PR


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