ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products and mobile accessories M2 today launched the 2280 version of Ultimate 3D SU800 NAND SSD. With higher density, faster performance and longer than the SSD 2D NAND life, the new SU800 is mounted on a card small size, becoming an essential upgrade for users especially concerned about excessive size of their equipment and boxes look much smaller than usual, or for owners of laptops ATX.
The new SSDs will be manufactured to be available with capacities of 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB, being offered at very attractive and competitive prices compared to the offers similar features of competition. It supports buffer memopria DRAM and cache mode SLC to increase performance up to 560 MB / s read and 520 MB / s write, with LDPC error correction, Data Shaping and RAID engine to enhance data integrity where teams are finished installing. SU800 new SSDs are clearly designed for users who want a simple upgrade, wireless and low consumption of power typical SSD, and for them, the SU800 M.2 2280 has much to offer.
The SU800 M.2 2280 integrates a cache DRAM speed for acceleration when needed, complemented by the SLC Caching (performance single-level cell) memory mode. For the integrity and security of data, LDPC error correction (control of low density parity), RAID Engine and Data Shaping is empela, helping to reduce loads cycle read / write to prolong the life of the SSD .
Like all M.2 devices, the SU800 requires very little power to operate, which helps extend battery life in portable and reduces overall power requirements of the system for users who build a computer desk. The unit uses the DEVSLP (Device Sleep) technology to enter a dormant state, extra low power when idle to further reduce energy consumption.