Monday, April 7, 2014

Plextor announces M6M mSATA SSD for real-world performance in notebooks

Plextor introduces new Solid State Drive - M6M mSATA SSD, a compact and extremely fast SSD. The new M6M is capable of matching the performance of desktop drives with impressive maximum random read/write speeds of 94K IOPS/80K IOPS and sequential read and write speeds of up to 520 MB/s and 440 MB/s. Installing an M6M in an ultra-thin notebook, NUC-style PC, or tablet PC maximizes system responsiveness and battery life.

In addition to bring extremely fast, the Plextor M6M is highly energy efficient with support for the DEVSLP standard. When the host device is sleeping, the SSD reduces its power consumption to a mere 2 mW to extend battery life, and it resumes in only 100 ms.
Plextor M6M mSATA SSD
Featured in the M6M is the latest server-grade Marvell 88SS9188 controller, Toshiba Toggle flash memory, and firmware developed by Plextor’s elite in-house team. Plextor’s exclusive True Protect technology is included, which supports advanced data integrity checks and 256-bit AES full disk encryption for data confidentiality on the move. 

In addition to offering a maximum random read speed of 94K IOPS, 14K IOPS faster than its predecessor; the M6M series now includes a high capacity 512 GB mSATA. This new makes it practical for ultra-light notebook users to store and work with large videos, high-resolution images, and audio files.

To ensure total stability and a high-level of compatibility, the M6M SSD was tested extensively during development. Every individual SSD is put through rigorous tests that simulate real-world use and an extended burn-in procedure to guarantee reliable operation.

The Plextor M6M SSD will be available April 2014 in 128 GB and 256 GB capacities, and in a 512 GB capacity in Quarter two 2014.

For more information about the product(s), please visit the Plextor website (click here).

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  1. great, can i used this as a external hard drive?

    1. possible but thats quite expensive you know. :)

  2. it's well and fine SSD, i hope it would be affordable.


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