Silicon Power Announces the T10 SATA II Solid State Drive

Silicon Power logoSilicon Power (SP) launches a new member of 2.5" SATA II Solid State Disk entry level families - Technology T10. T10, built with a brushed metallic structure, inherits excellent performance and stability from the SATA II families, reaching up to 278 MB per second transfer rate. T10's aesthetic design is the new selection for your personal computer upgrade offering unique style at an affordable price.

Normally when it comes to SSD, it can be described as pricey, rigid, and bulky; however, Silicon Power's T10 can totally alter your perspective when selecting a SSD. Coated in light silver gray, T10 reveals a refined ambiance; its brushed aluminum structure makes T10 an aesthetic artwork. As a SATA II entry level SSD, T10 can be your best economical choice of having both performance and stylish design.

Silicon Power T10

With DDR2 DRAM Cache Memory built in, T10 is capable of maintaining its best performance and excellent stability during continuous writing and reading situations. S.M.A.R.T and ECC error correction functions secure your data storage with the best protection. T10 also supports TRIM Command to maximize performance, allowing users to boot up their computers within 10 seconds!

Still being stopped by the price of SSDs? Silicon Power's Technology T10 is your best economical choice of having both outstanding performance and stylish look, indicating your extraordinary taste and personality.

Source: techPowerUp

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