Samsung PSIe-SSDs provide 2.5 times Faster Storage


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Samsung is a leading name in the mobile galaxy. The zeal and enthusiasm which the company always shows for costumers is quite appreciable. Samsung is exploring new horizons touching the peak of novelty.  Recently, the company has stepped in the production of new XP941 PCIe-based SSDs (PCI-Express) solid-state drives.

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Samsung XP941 PCIe-based SSDs – What’s new?

Faster Performance

The new XP941 PCIe-based SSDs succeed their predecessors because of following aspects:

  • These drives confirm to bring about 2.5 times faster performance as compared to currently available SATA-based drives.
  • These drives will provide 7 times better performance boost over conventional 7200 RPM hard-drive.

Smaller size

The Samsung PSIe-SSDs are quite smaller than the previously available drives, which makes them more ideal and suitable for use in ultra books.

Lesser Weight

It weighs about 6 grams which is significantly less as compared to the average of  50 grams for previous 2.5″ SATA SSD hence with these SSDs more room will be available for stuff like battery.

 Storage Capacity

The XP941 PCIe-based SSDs are expected to come in three variants – 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB so that customers can choose what they want.

 Interface Details

The new XP941 SSD shall be capable for 1400 MB/s read, as it comes with the PCIe 2.0 interface. Samsung boasts that in this way, the new SSD will read 10 HD of movies around 5 GB each in 10 seconds.

Compatibility

By the time, Mac Book Air is the foremost device available in the market which is benefiting on Samsung’s PCIe SSD. Other PC makers are also upgrading their devices for utilizing the new technology.

Production

Keeping in mind the costumer interest, Samsung has already started massive production of the XP941 PCIe-based SSDs. People are magnetically getting attracted towards the splendid device for enjoying a 2.5 times faster data storage so the product promises a reasonable market and a handsome amount of profit.

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