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ADATA puts their SSDs on a diet, gets them down to just 7mm thick

ADATA unveils thinner and lighter SSDs, just 7mm thick

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 1, 1970 12:00 am

ADATA have just announced the release of some new SSDs that are lighter and thinner than their predecessors. The models replaced were just 9.5mm thick, but these new drives are an astonishing 7mm thick.

 

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The standard thickness for 2.5-inch drives is 9.5mm, so getting them down to just 7mm with no loss of performance, capacity, or durability is a credit toward ADATA. The new SSDs come with 2.5mm plastic holders, so that you can continue to use them with existing 9.5mm drive slots.

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