RIDATA 2.5â€ SATA Solid State Disk officially launched (Press Release)
RITEK Corporation has launched its most anticipated product of the year – RIDATA SATA Solid State Disk (SSD), which promises to provide significant improvement in overall performance for high end PCs. Compared to conventional hard disks, RITEK’s RIDATA 2.5” SSD adopts SATA standard interface and it supports both 1.5Gb/s and 3Gb/s transfer speeds on SATA interface. Apart from the two main features of high shock resistance and low power consumption, the product also offers unprecedented stability with SLC NAND to ensure over 2 million write cycles and ultra-fast transfer efficiency. On top of that, the RIDATA 2.5” SSD also boasts impressive performance when it comes to data read speeds with maximum write speed at 50MB/s and read speed up to 60MB/S. Consumers can choose from 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB models according to their needs for capacity.
Besides offering high speed data transfer, SATA SSD also has faster start up speed compared to conventional hard disks. In addition, it also features excellent performance for random data access to reduce waiting time in operation. Coupled with its high stability and reliability in adverse working environments, the RIDATA 2.5” SSD is better than traditional hard disks by leaps and bounds.
Ritek’s RIDATA 2.5” SATA SSD not only touts excellent performance but also ease of installation. It can be easily installed on desktop computers, laptops and other computer devices that support 2.5” SATA interface. Users can also use an eSATA cable (up to 2 meters in length) to connect RIDATA 2.5” SSD to any PC through its SATA port. In summery, RITEK’s RIDATA 2.5” SATA SSD is built as a total solution to satisfy all user needs: be it performance enhancement, high speed data transfer or usage in various adverse working environments.
Press Release source: Ridata.
Daily Tech published today a news announcing that the Ridata SSD will be available in the coming weeks with a 32 GB capacity. Read speeds for the new drive are listed at 60MB/sec while the write speeds are pegged at a meager 48MB/sec.
A 64GB variant will come to market in late November.
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