Intel showed several new SSDS including the model Reactor Wi-Fi, equipped with a battery and a Wi-Fi adapter

Among the devices, which Intel brought to the CES 2017, it is possible to allocate the new SSDs format M. 2 2280. New items are Helix and are available in versions with capacity from 256 GB to 2 TB.

SSDS based on 3D NAND MLC memory and controller Silicon Motion SM2260. They provide a read speed of up to 2.5 GB/s and write speed of up to 1.1 GB/s Performance, respectively, of 232 000 and 185 000 IOPS.

Probably a younger model can not boast of such indicators, but still should be very fast.

For those who have no PC has the necessary slots, Intel offers the SSD Reactor3D and Triactor3D size 2.5 inches equipped with SATA connector. They are based on the controller Silicon Motion SM2258 and memory 3D NAND, only Reactor3D uses MLC memory, and Triactor3D — TLC.

Also showed the model Reactor Wi-Fi, which is a external SSD with a battery capacity of 6000 mAh and Wi-Fi module. Moreover, the device can act as a router, access point or network bridge.



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