The firm Silicon Power expands its SSD with a new Slim S55 model with interesting performances.
Specializing in data storage solutions, the brand Silicon Power unveils a new SSD device.
Called Slim S55, it adopts 2.5-inch 7 mm to board office settings and ultra mobile configurations such as ultrabooks.
Based on an original memory controller Pison and MLC NAND flash memory provided by Toshiba, it also has SATA 3 connectors.
From the measurements in ATTO Disk Benchmark, we can expect peaks at 500 MB/s write and 556 MB/s read. Those made with AS SSD Benchmark shows peaks at 475 MB/s write and 515 MB/s read.
Capacity of 32, 60, 120, 240 and 480 GB is available and carry a warranty of three years. It now expects the prices that go with it.