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Patriot Memory Introduces Ultra-Low Power Memory For Ultrabook SODIMM Modules

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Patriot Memory, a global pioneer in high-performance memory, NAND flash, storage and enthusiast computer products today announces the availability of its new Memory For Ultrabook SODIMM Modules. Compatible with 3rd generation Intel Core processors, these modules offers consumers a no hassle option to upgrade Ultrabook class laptops for increased performance and productivity.

Providing the most dynamic and powerful mobile computing platform, the Ultrabook delivers the highest levels of portability, performance, and entertainment. The Ultrabook is truly redefining the mobile computing experience. With this in mind, Patriot’s Memory for Ultrabook SODIMM modules were designed to offer the perfect performance enhancement to the Ultrabook ecosystem.



Running at just 1.35 volts, Patriot’s Memory for Ultrabook SODIMMs are ultra-low power (ULP) optimized providing extremely efficient performance at extremely low temperatures. These SODIMM modules are built from a locked high quality build of materials and hand tested offering consumers rock-solid plug and play performance for the most demanding mobile applications. Patriot’s Memory for Ultrabook modules are also backed by a limited lifetime warranty and award winning customer support.

"Patriot Memory and Intel have been leaders in delivering the fastest and most optimized technologies for mobile platforms," said William Lai, Director of Product Management at Patriot Memory. ” We’re excited to have Intel’s support as we launch our Memory for Ultrabook SODIMM memory. These modules will provide excellent performance and efficiency, further enhancing the experience of the already powerful Intel based Ultrabook platform."

"Intel’s Ultrabook initiative was developed to deliver incredible “on the go” performance, while achieving great battery life”, said Steve R. Peterson, Intel Channel Client Marketing Director. "I’m thrilled with the momentum and variety of sleek and stylish Ultrabook designs that are in the market place today. Our work with Patriot Memory will deliver low power and performance oriented memory upgrades, further enhancing the Ultrabook experience."

Features:
  • Available in 4GB & 8GB SODIMM Modules
  • SODIMM Type: 204-Pin Dual In-Line Memory Module
  • Available Frequencies: 1333MHz, 1600MHz
  • Ultra-Low Power Optimized, 1.35 Volt
  • Compatible with Intel’s 3rd Generation Mobile Processors
  • Backwards compatible with 1.5 Volt Standards
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
Avalable in channel late October, 2012.
 
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No mention of timings...hopefully it's as competitive (or better!) than Corsair's offerings. :)
 
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when 1.35V became ultra low?
ultra low is 1.25 for ddr3. and yes, u can buy 1.25V modules for desktop already.
so, it is not a news.