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SATA 7-pin SSD series has 17-mm ultra-slim profile

Posted: 10 Jan 2011 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:SATA? SSD? SLC chip? MLC chip?

As terminal products go portable, small form factor storage is the trend. In line with this, Apacer Technology launches its 17-mm ultra-slim profile SATA Disk Module by downsizing the next-gen SSD. With its width exactly matching the SATA ports on the motherboard, customers have more flexibility for motherboard space design. Three different angles of 90, 180, 270 degrees configurations of the Disk Module are available. Additionally, multiple storage devices can be installed for expanded capacity, while clearing the problem of mechanism interference.

The SATA Disk Module 3 series for industrial SSDs also has a patented 7-pin SATA connector which is equipped a built-in power circuit design. With this, the device can be powered without an external power cord being connected, thereby eliminating the concern over sudden disconnection or loosening of power cords caused by vibration. The SATA Disk Module 3 can serve as an ideal storage solution suitable for both compact computers (Thin client) and industrial computers (POS/Kiosk/Digital Signage/Gaming) in embedded systems.

Available in capacities ranging from 512MB to 4GB, the SATA Disk Module 3 series for industrial SSDs uses SLC chip to leverage higher stability and speed. It can work at extended temperatures (-40�C ~ 85�C) under harsh operating environment. For lower budget consideration, Apacer simultaneously launches SDM3-M series using MLC chip. Available in capacities ranging from 4GB to 16GB, with 28-bit ECC (Error Correcting Code) function.

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