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Old 02-10-2014
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SanDisk announces X300 series SSD

With its new X300 SSD device, the SanDisk brand offers some great performance and endurance. Three sizes with four capacities are available.

Like Samsung or Crucial, SanDisk is one of the very popular brand at the moment in the storage industry. It was responsible for a large SSD at competitive prices (Ultra II model), professional 4TB SSD in 2.5-inch (Optimus MAX model), a gamer SSD part of the current reference (model PRO Extreme SSD), a 128GB MicroSDXC card (Ultra model) and an SD card that stands as the fastest at this time (Extreme Pro model).

Today, the brand returns to the front of the stage with a new SSD called X300. Available in sizes 2.5 inches 7 mm, mSATA and M.2, it offers capacities from 128GB and 1TB (the largest only to 2.5 inches). At the side flows, we can hope to achieve 470 MB/s sequential write, 530 MB/s sequential read, 74,000 IOPS 4K random write and 90,000 IOPS random read at 4K. This new SSD also shows toughness to 72 TB endurance writing for its capacity of 128 GB and 80 TB in writing for its capacity to 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB.

SanDisk X300 SSD

Finally, we can talk about the availability of this SSD which is in October, in the coming weeks. Pricing has not yet been disclosed.
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