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Team Group Announces the All New Compact & Solid L5 LITE Solid State Drive

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Team Group, the world's leading memory brand, today announces the launch of the all new L5 LITE solid state hard drive. Using SATA III 6Gbps transfer interface, L5 LITE solid state hard drive is both lightweight and has a powerful read/write performance. The sequential read/write speed is up to 500 and 400 MB/s. It can help you improve your work efficiency quickly by save time and storage space, so your purpose for upgrading can be perfectly satisfied. L5 LITE offers consumers the best solution in entry level solid state drives. It not only greatly improves the performance of the computer, but also the best bargain for upgrading your desktop computer or laptop.





A vital reason for replacing a computer is often because of the old computer's slow operation speed, which leads to the decrease of use efficiency. With great performance and ultra-fast read and write speed, L5 LITE solid state drive is 4 times faster than the traditional hard drive. It can speed up boot time, shutdown time and the response time of application, and there are 60GB, 120GB, 240GB, 480GB, etc. for consumers to freely choose from. In addition, L5 LITE solid state drive is using selected flash memory chip, which is durable, shockproof, fall resistance and offers a total protection. Even if you accidently drop your laptop or it landed on a hard surface, it can still prevent damages and data corruption from accidents. The toughest solid state drive offers consumers the most solid protection to your computer.



L5 LITE solid state drive supports the Windows TRIM optimization command which is able to release unused space to be used for system writes immediately. This can speed up the transfer and write performance of the SSD, and also effectively reduces performance degradation and depletion chances. It perfectly maintains the effective operation and prolongs the service life of the SSD. The built-in smart algorithm management mechanism which has functions such as garbage collection, also offers consumers an operation efficiency assurance and longer service life of the SSD. The powerful Wear-Leveling technology and ECC (Error Correction Code) function can enhance the reliability of data transfer. In addition, L5 LITE only weights 60g. The lightweight advantage makes it the best product to replace traditional hard drive.



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LOL a "compact and solid" generic 2.5" SATA SSD. And all that talk about its weight. Is there a market for 60GB SSDs anymore?
 

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If the first picture is made by their marketing department.... fire them...
 
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Is there a market for 60GB SSDs anymore?
Yes. While today I'd rather have 60GB in a smaller form (USB DOM, 42mm M.2, SD, mSATA) there's plenty of systems that using 2.5" makes sense.
 
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400-500MB/s read/write...powerful ?

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