The SanDisk X400 is the latest SSD announced by SanDisk Corporation at this year’s CES 2016. The new Solid State Drive quickly grabs attention by being the world’s thinnest SSD offering 1TB of capacity, it is possible through the use of a SATA format M.2 2280 that can offer a thickness of no less than 1.5 mm. Also available in capacities of 128GB, 256GB and 512GB, this is a unit that promises more than 5 years of life, writing 40 GB of data on a daily basis.

SanDisk X400, The First M.2 SSD To Reach 1TB


This performance makes the X400 SSD an optimal solution for enterprise or other [product manufacturer] customers who need a highly reliable solution for systems that are broadly deployed in the field, such as digital signage, networking gear, point of sale (POS), and commercial PCs,” SanDisk said.

The rest of the information is completed by a read speed of 545 MB / s and write speed of 520 MB / s with a random read / write of 95,000 / 75,000 IOPS, it offers protection thanks to AES 256-bit encryption. The new solid state drive (SSD) is compatible with TCG Opal 2.0 to 2.0 nCache SanDisk technology with the DataGuard technology gains reliability, durability and avoid mistakes and all, consuming 90 percent less energy than a traditional hard drive. Their prices were not announced.

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