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RunCore unveils speedy new line-up of Pro IV SSDs

coming in August - from 32 to 256GB

| Storage News | Posted: Jul 27, 2009 5:23 am

RunCore has just unveiled its all new lineup of solid state drives which it dubs the Pro IV series and we made sure to catch all the details in person at the unveiling so we could exclusively bring you the goods.


RunCore unveils speedy new line-up of Pro IV SSDs


RunCore unveils speedy new line-up of Pro IV SSDs


These drives reach a significant new milestone for RunCore and are said to bring massive performance improvements over their previous offerings. The line-up comprises drives ranging from 32 to 256GB in capacity and they're set to start shipping in early August.


RunCore unveils speedy new line-up of Pro IV SSDs


RunCore unveils speedy new line-up of Pro IV SSDs


Retail pricing and other specific info on the drives can be located within the official press release, of which we've become the first to get a hold of and publish today.


In RunCore's pursuit of the ultimate solid state drive (SSD) upgrade, a full new line of SSD products have been developed, boosting computer performance 5x to 40x. The RunCore Pro IV SSDs provide speed increases in startup, application launch, multitasking between programs, opening/rendering/saving large files, and shutdown. The RunCore PRO IV SSD also offers silent operation, longer battery life, heat reduction, reliability, and durability making it the perfect solution for all applications.


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