The industry and enterprise products on display include the tiny eMMC, mSATA SSDs, and NGFF SSDs, and a 2.5-inch high endurance SLC SSDs. An extreme temperature resistant power protected MLC SSD will also be shown as a sample of the customized solutions available from Plextor. This drive is capable of delivering random maximum read/write speeds of 94,000/81,000 IOPS at temperatures between -40 and +85°C. The SSD utilizes tantalum capacitors to prevent data loss in the case of power interruption.
Consumer products on display include the 100K IOPS capable M5 Pro Xtreme, entry-level M5S, and the new M5M mSATA SSD.
Plextor consumer SSDs are among the most reliable in the industry with an annual failure rate of only 0.16%.
Besides Computex, Plextor will also make its debut appearance at this year's E3 Expo (Electronic Entertainment Expo), June 11-13, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Plextor's exhibit will feature a custom PC maker Maingear RAID 0 computer equipped with four 128GB Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme solid-state drives.
And as a post-E3 Expo grand finale, a drawing facilitated by PC Gamer (register to win www.facebook.com/pcgamermagazine or www.facebook.com/PlextorAmericas) will be held near the end of the month for the Plextor/Maingear RAID 0 computer. Some lucky gamer is going to be entitled to bona fide E3 Expo bragging rights.