Transcend Information, Inc. (Transcend), a global leader in storage and multimedia products, today announced that all of its solid state drives (SSD) have passed Microsoft Windows 7 WHQL (Windows Hardware Quality Labs) testing. Now offering full compatibility with Windows 7, Transcend SSDs are performance-optimized data storage solutions for users of the Microsoft’s new operating system. Windows 7, the newest version of Microsoft Windows, brings a number of highly anticipated new features, such as advances in touch and handwriting recognition, support for virtual hard disks, improved boot performance, and also SSD optimizations.
Microsoft has tuned its latest OS to run faster on SSD drives, with built-in support for the TRIM command, which is essential in maintaining optimum SSD spead and reducing long-term SSD wear. In order to maximize SSD performance and assure harmonious integration with the various new technologies within Windows 7, Transcend`s complete line of SSDs, including SSD25, SSD25S, SSD25H, SSD25D, SSD18S, SSD18M and SSD34E, have all been tested to Microsoft standards and proven to work flawlessly with the new operating system. Users planning to upgrade can rest assured that Transcend`s SSD products are fully prepared, ensuring full compatibility with Windows 7. With instant access speeds, large capacity, high reliability, low power consumption and anti-shock features, Transcend SSDs have long been recognized as a perfect match not only for industrial computers, but also for netbooks, notebooks and high-end gaming PCs. Now compatible with the Windows 7 operating system, Transcend’s solid state drives earn their reputation as future-proof data storage devices for users of Windows 7, allowing them to experience the full benefits of SSD storage technology.