SSD Premier Pro SP900 ADATA launches a brand new lineup of SSDs

Adata Technology announced today the launch of a brand new lineup of expanded capacity solid state drives. The new SSD range includes the XPG SX900, the Premier Pro SP900, and the Premier SP800, all of which use new optimized firmware to utilize greater storage capacity of the NAND Flash components. All of the drives being launched use NAND Flash for improved stability and performance. The 3 new series are…

Adata Technology announced today the launch of a brand new lineup of expanded capacity solid state drives. The new SSD range includes the XPG SX900, the Premier Pro SP900, and the Premier SP800, all of which use new optimized firmware to utilize greater storage capacity of the NAND Flash components. All of the drives being launched use NAND Flash for improved stability and performance. The 3 new series are the XPG (Xtreme Performance Gear), the Premier Pro SP900 and the Premier SP800.

SSD XPG SX900 ADATA launches a brand new lineup of SSDs

The XPG (Xtreme Performance Gear) SSDs are designed to satisfy hardcore, speed crazed enthusiasts. Its maximum sequential read and write speeds are 550/530 MB per second, with maximum random 4k write speeds as high as 85,000 IOPS. With capacities of 64, 128, 256, and 512GB, the SX900 is poised to take its place as a market and performance leader.

SSD Premier Pro SP900 ADATA launches a brand new lineup of SSDs

The Premier Pro SP900 also boasts impressive performance numbers, but also offers a competitive price advantage to those looking to upgrade. Maximum sequential read and write speeds are 550/ 520 MB per second, with maximum random 4k write speeds of 85,000 IOPS. Capacities of 64, 128 and 256 GB make the SP900 an outstanding option for upgrading notebooks that are compatible with the SATA 6Gb per second specification.

SSD Premier SP800 ADATA launches a brand new lineup of SSDs

Finally, the Premier SP800 is a SATA II SSD that also makes efficient use of the Flash storage capacity, allowing for capacities of 32 and 64GB. Max sequential read and write speeds are 280/260MB per second, and max random 4k write speeds are up to 44,000 IOPS. It enters the market as a high value entry-level solid state drive for those who are just now making the transition from mechanical drives.

Source : Adata Press Release