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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 15:04

ADATA slims down its SSDs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Down to 7mm

ADATA Technology has announced that all of its, existing and forthcoming, solid state drives will feature a thinner and lighter case making them extremely suitable for slim-design notebooks and Ultrabooks.

According to ADATA, the new 2.5-inch 7mm SSDs will be 26 percent thinner and somewhat lighter with no loss of speed, capacity or durability. In order to make them backward compatible, all SSDs will also ship with a 2.5mm plastic holder that will make them fit snuggly in the existing 9.5mm slots.

With this move, ADATA aims to remain a leader in solid state technology.

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