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Corsair Neutron Series Solid State Drives Review - LAMD or Wolf in a 7mm Package? - Packaging

Corsair delivers two new high performance SSDs based on the silicon from Link_A_Media. Chris takes a look and compares LAMD with IMFT and Toshiba Toggle flash.

By: | SSDs in Storage | Posted: Aug 20, 2012 10:00 am
Manufacturer: Corsair



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For the retail packaging section of this article we are going to use the Neutron. Both the Neutron and the Neutron GTX ship with the same accessories, in the same manner, but one box is red and the other is blue.


The Corsair SSD package methodology fits in with Corsair's other products well. The Neutron is a 7mm Z-Height and Corsair has that on the front of the package, a nice move for the retail market.


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On the back of the package Corsair talks about "Real World IOPS Speed", sort of the tag line for the new Neutron Series. We'll talk more about this in the benchmarks portion of the review.


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The drive is packed very well with the drive separate from the accessory bundle.


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The Neutron and Neutron GTX both ship with a desktop adapter bracket and drive mounting screws.

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