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Friday, May 27, 2011
KINGMAX Unveils SATA III SSD


KINGMAX today announced the release of its new 2.5" SATA III series of SSDs.

The new SSDs have a standard SATA III 6Gb/s interface and will be available in capacities of up to 512GB. They have a maximum read speed of up to 415MB/s and write speed of 260MB/s.The new SSDs als support Native Command Queuing (NCQ), the Windows 7 TRIM command, Error Correction Code (ECC) and the Global Wear Leveling function.

2.5" SATAIII SSD Specifications:

- Capacity: 64GB~512GB
- Dimensions: 100.5mm (L) X 69.85mm (W) X 9.5mm (H)
- Weight: 73g
- Interface: SATA III 6Gb/s Interface
- Supports Global wear-leveling
- Supports NCQ/Trim
- Supports 40bit BCH ECC

- Performance:

Sequential Read: Up to 415MB/s

Sequential Write:
Up to 95MB/s for 64GByte
Up to 175MB/s for 128GByte
Up to 260MB/s for 256GByte
Up to 260MB/s for 512GByte

- Operating voltage: DC 5V +/-5%

- Power consumption
Active:
64GB 150mW(Typ.)
128GB/256GB 160mW (Typ.)
512GB 280mW (Typ.)

Idle:
64GB 65mW (Typ.)
128GB/256GB 80mw (Typ.)
512GB 100mW (Typ.)

- Operating Shock: 1500G/1ms
- Reliability, MTBF:1.2 million Hours
- Operating Temperature: 0~70C,
- Storage Temperature: -55~95C
- 3 years warranty


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