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Apacer Announces the AS340X and AS350X SATA SSDs

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Apacer, a leading manufacturer of digital storage, recently launched its new generation of SSDs - the AS340X and AS350X. The "X" in the name stands for exploration, since the product is exploring previously unknown speed limits. The AS340X and AS350X use a cutting-edge SATA III transmission interface, giving the AS340X read/write speeds of up to 550/520 MB/s and the AS350X read/write speeds of up to 560/540 MB/s. The excellent performance brings users a lightning-fast boot-ups experience.

The AS340X and AS350X are Apacer's latest mid-to-high-end SSDs. They use a new generation of SATA III interface and provide 6 Gb/s transmission speeds, enabling the AS340X to reach read/write speeds of up to 550/520 MB/s and the AS350X read/write speeds of up to 560/540 MB/s. The blisteringly fast speed of AS340X and AS350X means that gamers and consumers demanding excellent price/performance ratios need look no further.



First Choice for Computer Upgrades
The high-speed access performance of the AS340X and AS350X offers users a superior computing experience. Bootups and program runtimes will take place in just a few seconds. These drives are the ideal choices for both desktops and notebooks. In terms of capacity, the AS340X offers options including 120 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB and 960 GB, while the AS350X offers 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB, helping meet the varied needs of different users. Thanks to Apacer's SSD Utility software, users are able to monitor all the relevant information about the status of their drives without extra cost.

Excellent Performance with Optimized Durability and Stability
The AS340X and AS350X adopt an intelligent SLC caching algorithm technology, using an advanced layered cache architecture to improve the SSD's performance. They also include built-in wear leveling technology and error correction functions. These value-adding features help extend the lifespan of the SSD, improve operational stability, and ensure that the product maintains consistent performance even after years of use. Apacer's AS340X and AS350X ship with three-year global warranties, allowing users to enjoy the thrill of speed today and far into the future.



For more information, visit the product pages of the AS340X and AS350X.

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Apacer, a leading manufacturer of digital storage,
who? where? never seen this brand
 
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Meh, call me when SATA IV is a thing, or when SATA gets replaced with SAS on mainstream motherboards and a new generation of SSDs are available to capitalize on that.
 
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Meh, call me when SATA IV is a thing, or when SATA gets replaced with SAS on mainstream motherboards and a new generation of SSDs are available to capitalize on that.
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That's already on boards. But I'd like a consumer level mobo that can still expand to multiple "old school" SATA peripherals, or failing that, just adopt commercial grade SAS with their 1:4 splitter capability and SAS drives to cut down on the number of connectors on the board.

Yeah, I'm still an old-school fart who has some 3.5 HDDs and 2.5 SSDs as secondary storage, and still has a pair of functional 5.25 BD/CDW Read/Write drives.
 
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That's already on boards. But I'd like a consumer level mobo that can still expand to multiple "old school" SATA peripherals, or failing that, just adopt commercial grade SAS with their 1:4 splitter capability and SAS drives to cut down on the number of connectors on the board.

Yeah, I'm still an old-school fart who has some 3.5 HDDs and 2.5 SSDs as secondary storage, and still has a pair of functional 5.25 BD/CDW Read/Write drives.
Nothing wrong with being old school. I have a 2.5in in this laptop and a 3.5in in a external drive.
 
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No 2TB or 4TB models??
Yeah, thanks but no thanks
 
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