February 23, 2015

Kingmax M.2 SSD improves performance and productivity

KINGMAX M.2 SSD supports the SATA interface with high compatibility, which offers the product ample coverage in different applications. Not only that, the product is capable of delivering an incredible data transmission speed at 540MB/s between the motherboard and storage device, with impressive bandwidth scalability. Coupled with features such as support for NCQ and hot swapping, KINGMAX M.2 SSD really is the ideal choice as far as SSD goes.

The M.2 SSD to be the enhanced replacement for Mini PCIe/mSATA, the corresponding specifications had been created and established by Intel. With its strengths in the design of motherboard chipsets, Intel has also introduced the specification for various notebook platform applications. If you are wondering what exactly is so special about the M.2 SSD that makes it stand out among so many existing SSD interfaces, you have come to the right place.

►A design that makes thinner and lighter products possible
Compared with the mSATA form factor, M.2 SSD’s size of 2242 saves as much as 55% in precious physical space, while the 2280 cuts down spatial consumption by 15%. Compact in size and weighing a mere 5g, the M.2 SSD makes the task of creating lighter and smaller products possible and has therefore become the primary storage solution for ultra-compact mobile computing devices.

►User considerations
For gamers, the M.2 SSD delivers SSD level of speed and performance at a lower price of entry. KINGMAX M.2 SSD features high-speed MLC flash memory with read and write speeds of 540MB/s and 300MB/s respectively. In addition to BCH and ECC error detection and correction technologies to perform automatic correction to prevent data loss due to computing errors, the product also features self-monitoring, analysis and reporting technology (S.M.A.R.T) to help users protect their important data.


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