Wednesday, December 2nd 2020

Lexar Announces New NQ100 2.5" SATA III SSD

Lexar, a leading global brand of flash memory solutions, today announced the new NQ100 2.5" SATA III (6 Gb/ss) SSD. The NQ100 solid-state drive is an easy upgrade for users looking to improve the performance of their laptop or desktop computers. Improve your system's performance and enjoy faster startups, data transfers, and load times for applications. Boasting read speeds of up to 550 MB/s, the Lexar NQ100 SSD will refresh your laptop or PC for a faster experience. The NQ100 SSD is also shock and vibration resistant, making it more reliable and durable than a typical hard drive. It is also cooler, quieter, and more energy efficient than traditional HDD.

"Lexar is dedicated to expanding our SSD portfolio and continue to offer high-quality solid-state drives for various computing needs. The new Lexar NQ100 SSD provides customers with an easy yet cost-effective way to boost PC performance, and with capacity options ranging from 240 GB - 960 GB, users can easily expand storage for their content-driven lifestyles," said Joel Boquiren, General Manager of Lexar. NQ100 SSD is available this month for purchase online at an MSRP of 36.99 USD (240 GB), 65.99 USD (480 GB) with 960 GB to be announced at a future date.
Source: Lexar
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9 Comments on Lexar Announces New NQ100 2.5" SATA III SSD

#1
DeathtoGnomes
Someone mentioned elsewhere that if a PR didnt mention it was what layer it was, it meant it was QLC. Is that true here?
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#2
bonehead123
why.....

gimme 4/8TB for $2-300 or give me death, hehehehe :roll:

Otherwise I will stick with my 4x 2TB m.2's....
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#3
Rei
Uskompuf
Lexar, a leading global brand of flash memory solutions,
Uskompuf
will refresh your laptop or PC for a faster experience.
Why is this sort of phrase used here? It sounds like the kinda marketing lingo directly coming out of the company's PR talk.
DeathtoGnomes
Someone mentioned elsewhere that if a PR didnt mention it was what layer it was, it meant it was QLC. Is that true here?
Possibly, considering unsavory talks about QLC. IMO, depending on how well QLC is implemented & improved onto NAND flash, dictates the quality of the SSD. QLC is still fairly new to the market, so as it is right now, it might be badly implemented but might change for newer SSDs down the line.
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#4
W1zzard
Rei
directly coming out of the company's PR talk
Yes, that's how press releases work. We've been doing it like this for over 15 years now
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Rei
W1zzard
Yes, that's how press releases work. We've been doing it like this for over 15 years now
Sorry, it's just that I haven't read a lot of news, especially with press releases to know enough about this.
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DeathtoGnomes
W1zzard
Yes, that's how press releases work. We've been doing it like this for over 15 years now
Thats longer than I have toes to count with.
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DeathtoGnomes
Thats longer than I have toes to count with.
it's been an amazing ride so far :) not in my wildest dreams i would have imagined tpu being as big as it is now, we just broke alexa 5000 the other day
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