- Boost your computer's speed and capacity with a Transcend SSD
- Max. Read 550MB/s, Max. Write 450MB/s
- Powerful controller with high-quality flash chips
- Supports DevSleep ultra low power state
- Supports TRIM, NCQ and S.M.A.R.T. function
- Silent, low-power operation. Resistant to shock and vibration
- Three-year limited warranty
Transfer speed, transfer performance
Transcend's SSD220 provides an incredible 4K random read and write performance of up to 280MB/s, making it the perfect alternative as a boot disk to load your everyday computing tasks and programs in just seconds. Taking full advantage of the SATA III 6Gb/s interface and built in with SLC caching technology, the SSD220 achieves exceptional transfer speeds of up to 540MB/s read and 500MB/s write.
In addition to blazing-fast transfer speeds, the SSD220 is engineered with a RAID engine and LDPC (Low-Density Parity Check) coding, a powerful ECC algorithm, in order to keep your data secure. Built-in wear-leveling technology ensures data integrity during transmission, prolonging the lifespan of Transcend's SSD220.
Save power, save time
With full support of SATA Device Sleep Mode (DevSleep), the SSD220 can prolong notebook battery life by intelligently shutting down the SATA interface when it is not in use. DevSleep features an ultra-low power state to conserve battery power. With a remarkable response time of less than 20 milliseconds, you can get back to work instantaneously.
Take control with SSD Scope
To keep your Transcend SSD running fast and error-free, Transcend's advanced SSD Scope software application is available for download for use with the SSD220. Monitor your SSD's health status with S.M.A.R.T. technology, enable the TRIM command for optimum write speeds, keep your SSD's firmware up-to-date, and migrate data from your original drive to a new SSD with just a few clicks.
To The SSD220 features an industry-standard 2.5" form factor. Yet, it measures just 6.8mm in height and only weighs a mere 45g, which is best suited for ultra-thin computing devices such as Ultrabooks, in addition to mainstream PCs.
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