SanDisk has this week announced a new solid state drive called the SandDisk X400, which is the world’s thinnest 1TB M.2 SSD according to SanDisk.

Our leading SATA drive for notebooks, desktops and boot-drive applications, the X400 SSD delivers new levels of reliability, responsiveness and endurance. It is also the world’s first single-sided M.2 1 TB drive. Built with SanDisk’s sixth-generation TLC flash, the X400 SSD offers quick responsiveness, high reliability and low power for a seamless experience for thin and ultramobile notebooks. It’s the ideal storage solution for heavy workloads such as photo and video editing, multitasking or office productivity.

Aimed at the OEM market, the SSD is capable of providing read speeds of up to 545MB/s and write speeds of 520MB/s according to SanDisk.

On top of this the SSD also has random read/write speeds of up to 95,000 I/Os per second, and 75,000 I/Os per second respectively.

The drive is also able to handle 320TB of writes over its life, using just 2.9 watts for reads and 3.9 watts for writes.

The X400 is also equipped with AES 256-bit encryption, with TCG Opal 2.0 compatibility.

The SanDisk X400 1TB SSD will also be available in 512GB, 256GB and 128GB storage sizes.

You can find out more information at the source link below.

Source: SanDisk

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