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Product OverviewToshiba Q300 Solid State Drive - Move beyond HDD If your PC can‘t keep up with you, it‘s time to upgrade with a Toshiba Q300 Solid State Drive. With 3-bit-per-cell flash and Toshiba controller technology, you‘ll experience high-speed boot up and fast system responsiveness. A Q300 SSD is the right upgrade that will increase your performance both in the office and out.
Performance for everyday use Upgrade to a fast, efficient Toshiba Q300 Solid State Drive with capacities up to 960 GB thanks to 3-bit-per-cell flash technology. A solid state drive reduces OS boot time and speeds up your computing system responsiveness rates by leaps and bounds. That's so you can enjoy more of what you want to browse and to create.
Give yourself a boost The SSD Q300 uses 3-bit-per-cell flash to maximise storage capacity, without sacrificing speed. Thanks to advanced-speed and Adaptive Size SLC Write Cache technology your system will be more responsive than ever. From the first boot, you’ll experience speedier web browsing, emailing, media playback, lite gaming and more.
One step ahead Zeroing Trim Support keeps write speeds high by emptying unneeded stored data in advance. When new data needs to be stored, all is clear for swift operations.
Lining things up for more speed Native Comman Queuing (NCQ) realigns commands on the fly to optimise SSD access. This further accelerates the speed of data read/write performance.
Quality you can trust Toshiba is the inventor of flash memory and has a well-earned worldwide reputation for producing high-quality technology. Toshiba SSDs are based on NAND Flash technology and incorporate Toshiba controllers to achieve high levels of performance and reliability. Not only that, they are so confident of the longevity. FeaturesTop features: • A15nm 3-bit-per cell NAND flash memory • Adaptive Size SLC Write Cache technology • High-speed boot-up • Fast system responsiveness • Resistance to vibration and shock
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You've learnt all about the virtues of solid-state drives in a previous guide, but today we're delving deeper by taking a look at the two types of NAND flash memory typically available in modern SSDs; SLC and MLC.
Solid-state drives (SSDs) are fast becoming the must-have PC components of 2010. Serving as primary storage space for high-end computers, SSD's super-fast transfer rates and near-instant accesses offer genuine advantages over traditional spindle-based magnetic drives.