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RunCore Pro V 120GB SATA III Solid State Drive Review - The Packaging

RunCore enters the SATA III market with a SandForce SF-2281 controlled drive, but chose asynchronous flash for this round.

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: Jan 2, 2012 2:47 am
TweakTown Rating: 83%      Manufacturer: RunCore

The Packaging


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RunCore has a new product packaging for most of their 2011 line-up. The blister pack design is gone and boxes are now in. The new box design allows RunCore to list more information on both the front and back of the package. Here we see good use of the additional space.


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We found performance information listed on both the front and back of the package.


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The inner package keeps the drive separate from the accessory package.


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Speaking of accessories, here we see the full Desktop DIY kit that includes a desktop adapter bracket, SATA cable, screws, stickers and a certification card.


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I found the certification card to be interesting. Here we see it was filled out by a human and shows the check date.

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