Saturday, June 15th 2013

Axtremex Unveils MicroSSD Portable USB 3.0 Drive

Axtremex Technology is pleased to announce a MicroSSD, the new portable high performance external solid state drive with USB 3.0 interface. The MicroSSD is designed in a small form factor that is lightweight, durable and convenient to carry and use. It offers blazing fast data transfer rates and achieves a read speed of up to 420 MB/s and Write speed of up to 400 MB/s.

The device draws power directly from the USB port and requires no external power cord. It is also backward compatible with USB 2.0 ports. The MicroSSD will be available in 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB capacities. 512 GB and 1 TB capacities are being planned.

The MicroSSD is ideal for:
  • Data Storage - Backing up or storing contents onto an external USB 3.0 SSD drive such as documents, videos, Music etc.. and many more.
  • Windows To Go Boot Disk - Allows Windows 8 to boot and run from the external USB 3.0 SSD drive on computers anywhere.
Windows 8 Enterprise can be installed and boot from the Micro SSD drive on any PC or Mac. The device will ship with a "WTG Maker" that will allow users to install licensed Windows 8 Professional onto the drive. It is easy to setup and simply plug and play to use Windows 8 on any computers or Mac.

Key Features:
  • Carry-on to anywhere without PC and laptop.
  • Easy setup and Plug & Play to use windows 8 on any computer.
  • Fully compatible with MAC and Windows OS.
  • Best performance to use Windows To Go (windows 8) feature.
  • Safe, Strong, and Zinc material.
  • Lightweight and portable design ideal for home, office and travel.
Specifications:
  • Capacity: 32 GB / 64 GB / 128 GB / 256 GB
  • Interface: USB 3.0, backwards compatible with USB 2.0
  • Transfer Rates: Seq. Read : up to 425 MB/s; Seq. Write : up to 400 MB/s.
  • Dimension: 38 x 73 x 9.5 mm (1.5 x 2.9 x 0.37 in.)
  • Weight: 58 g / 2.05 oz
  • Operating Temperature: 0~ 70°C (32~ 158°F)
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3 Comments on Axtremex Unveils MicroSSD Portable USB 3.0 Drive

#1
lobsterrock
Finally

It's taken too long for people to make proper external SSDs, good of these guys.
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1c3d0g
by: lobsterrock
It's taken too long for people to make proper external SSDs, good of these guys.
I agree. I hope Micron/Crucial will take a good look at this and start offering their M500 SSD's in an external form factor. I know many people who would die to buy one of these!
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lobsterrock
by: 1c3d0g
I agree. I hope Micron/Crucial will take a good look at this and start offering their M500 SSD's in an external form factor. I know many people who would die to buy one of these!
I suppose you could use the M500 series with an enclosure, but I've heard that those have some speed losses compared to native port support. Plus a lot of aveage consumers consider that ghetto/ are unwilling to do something like that.
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