Transcend's SSD320 TS256GSSD320 is the perfect high-speed, lightweight and shockproof alternative for standard spinning hard drives. It features the latest SATA III 6Gb/s interface and second generation SandForce SF-2281 controller. The SSD320 has remarkable transfer rates and superb reliability, which allows computer enthusiasts and gamers to take their system to a level never seen before.
For the users who are looking for ultimate performance of solid-state technology at an affordable price, Transcend's SSD320 TS256GSSD320 provides ultra-fast sequential read/write speeds of up to 560MB/530MB per second and maximum 4k random file writes of 87,000 IOPS.
Ideal for use as a System Disk
The Transcend TS256GSSD320 will improve the overall performance and speed of your current computer. It takes only 32 seconds to boot Windows 7 and just 20 seconds to transfer a full 4.7GB DVD file. Good news for all types of users as the SSD320 is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux based systems.
Advanced upgrade option
With an industry-standard 2.5 inch form factor and super slim body of just 7mm, the SSD320 allows easy installation in laptops, desktops, and today's high-end Ultrabooks.
Housed in a strong yet lightweight metal case, the SSD320 consists of no moving parts to offer very low power consumption, silent operation, and unbelievable resistance to shock and vibration. To keep your SSD320 in perfect condition, built-in ECC and advanced wear-leveling technology ensure peak performance over a long period of time.
Transcend SSD Scope makes use of the latest in technology for determining the condition and maximizing performance of an SSD into a single user-friendly tool. For Windows 7 users, SSD Scope includes a convenient tool for enabling TRIM, which helps to maintain optimum write speeds and prevent long-term SSD wear.
Transcendâ€™s System Clone helps you make an exact copy of the existing hard drive contents to your new SSD by following a few easy steps. This way you will never lose your data when upgrading your current computer or backing it up.
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