New SK Hynix drive targets users of top-notch PCsSK Hynix, a leading maker of memory chips, said yesterday it has released a new solid state drive (SSD) called SH910. The SSD is a data storage device that is considered a replacement for hard disk drives due to its high speed and low energy needs.
SH910 is based on a 20-nano NAND flash drive and measures 2.5 inches. The company said it will release both 128 gigabyte and 256 gigabyte versions.
It can read data at speeds of up to 510 megabytes per second and write at 470 megabytes per second, about three to four times faster than a regular HDD, the company said.
“We are releasing this SSD for consumers who own high-grade PCs,” SK Hynix said in a press release. “We are planning to unveil a number of new products and are looking forward to leading the market in NAND flash and SSD drives.”
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