Corsair is most well-known for their excellent memory modules, but they've recently also ventured into several other fields. One of their strongest endeavors was entering the SSD market where they are now a key players, providing solid-state drives covering the whole price and performance spectrum.
Their latest addition is the Force LS Series designed to be a value-oriented alternative without compromising on quality.
Corsair is using a Phison PS3108 as the controller—a cost-effective solution with decent performance. It is paired with 19 nanometer Toshiba toggle NAND for quick data transfers.
The Corsair Force LS is available in capacities of 60 GB, 120 GB, and 240 GB. Today, we are reviewing the Force LS 240 GB available for $200 online. According to Corsair, the Force LS Series is not available in the United States at this time, but you'll be able to find it in Europe and rest of the world.
|Specifications: Corsair Force LS 240 GB|
|Model:||Force LS 240 GB CSSD-F240GBLS|
|Flash Type:||Toshiba 19 nm, MLC|
|Form Factor||SATA 2.5"|
|Thickness:||7 mm (Ultrabook compatible)|
|Capacity||240 GB (223.6 GB usable)|
16 GB overprovisioning
|Interface:||SATA 6 Gbps|