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Toshiba unveils the all new Q Series Pro Solid State Drives

Toshiba launches a new line of SSD's, the Q Series Pro Solid State Drives are designed as a high-performance upgrade to consumer PCs (TYO:6502)

| Storage News | Posted: Oct 10, 2013 4:48 pm

Today Toshiba announced the all new Q Series Pro line of internal solid state drives. The Q Series Pro is designed to be a high-end, high-performance replacement drive for consumer grade PCs. Toshiba says that the new Q Series Pro SSDs are ideal for consumers who need to boost their PC storage in a reliable and safe manner.

 

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"Toshiba's comprehensive ecosystem of devices positions the company at an advantage when understanding consumer needs for storage," said Maciek Brzeski, vice president of product marketing and development of branded storage products, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. "The Q Series Pro PC Internal Solid State Drive offers industry-proven caliber and authenticity with leading performance, speeds and capabilities."

The new Q Series Pro SSDs measure in at just 7mm thin and are very lightweight. The company says that this slim profile lends itself well to Ultrabooks and other lightweight notebooks that are popular today. Toshiba's Q Series is backed by a 3-year warranty, and is available in capacities ranging from 128GB to 512GB. MSRP is set at $159.99 and ranges up to $739.99 for the top end model.

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