ADATA launches three new SATA 6 GB/s SSDs

ADATA today launched three new SATA 6 GB/s SSDs – the Premier Pro SP900 M.2 2242 and 2282 for Ultrabooks and desktop PCs, and Premier Pro SP910, suitable for gamers and video editors. With the LSI SF-2281 controller, the sequential read/write speed of SP900 M.2 2242/2280 is up to 550/530 MB/s, which greatly enhances the speed of data transfer. The SP900 M.2 2242 and 2280 also support Intel Smart Response Technology that automatically identifies the data and applications most often used, speeding up the data transfer and providing bigger storage capacity compared to other SSDs.
Adata_Premier Pro SP900 M.2 2242_desktopThe SP900 M.2 2242 and 2280 support DVESLP (Device Sleep) to save power for a longer battery life. The ADATA Premier Pro SP900 M.2 2422 and 2280 comes with bigger capacities, including 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. The SP900 M.2 2242 and 2280 support DVESLP (Device Sleep) to save power for a longer battery life. The two SSDs are not only suitable for Ultrabooks, but also for new motherboards in the next generation of PC upgrades.
Adata_Premier Pro SP910_1TBUsing the Marvell controller 88SS9187, the Premier Pro SP910 keeps stable performance and offers sequential read/write speeds up to 560/460 MB/s, and 4KB random read/write speeds up to 91,000/77,000 IOPS for rapid computing and data transfer. With these benefits the Premier Pro 910 is definitely an ideal solution of multi-tasks, such as executing applications and playing videos.
Adata_Premier Pro SP910The Premier Pro SP910 includes 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and a massive 1TB in capacity, meeting the needs of different users, whether playing games, running software, or using operating systems. The SP910 has an ultra slim 7mm thick body, which supports all slim PCs in the market. With the bundled 2.5mm spacer and the 3.5” converter, the SP910 is compatible with 9.5mm applications and traditional mechanical drive bays. For those who want to upgrade the computers for gaming or video editing, the SP910 is the best choice.

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