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RunCore RCP V mSATA T50 SATA III 120GB SSD Review - The Packaging

RunCore has pushed mSATA technology into the SATA III realm with the new T50 SandForce SF-2281 controlled drive.

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: Jan 4, 2012 12:51 am
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: RunCore

The Packaging

 

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RunCore has a new package design for their SSD products. The blister packs are now gone and a new box design has taken the plastic packages place. The box design allows RunCore to give even more information on the front and back of the package. On the front of the T50 package we found the SATA III information as well as the capacity size.

 

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There wasn't a lot of information on the back of the box other than the part and serial number. The official model name for this product is RCP-V-T501B-MC.

 

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The drive and included 2.5" adapter are packed on separate sides of the inner box so nothing bounces around inside the box.

 

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The total package includes an adapter plate that allows the mSATA drive to connect to standard SATA cables - this is useful for backing data up from the drive or cloning an existing drive's data. You also get the mSATA drive, two RunCore stickers and a certificate that lists the drive's build date and inspector's name.

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