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OCZ to show off Trion 100 SSD series for consumers during Computex

Toshiba-owned OCZ Storage Solutions will show off the Trion 100 SSD series during Computex.

Published Thu, May 28 2015 2:37 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:07 PM CST

Computex 2015: OCZ Storage Solutions plans to leverage Computex to show off its Trion 100 solid-state drive series, utilizing Triple-Level Cell (TLC) NAND flash. The company says its Trion 100SSDs allow entry-level users to utilize SSDs in their mobile and desktop systems - as the cost of SSD drives continues to drop.

OCZ to show off Trion 100 SSD series for consumers during Computex | TweakTown.com

The drives feature 550MB/s of bandwidth with up to 91,000 random read IOPS, powered by the Toshiba Alishan SSD controller and premium A19 TLC flash memory.

"Computex is the ideal venue for us to unveil our upcoming TLC NAND-based Trion 100 SSDs," said Alex Mei, GM of the Client Business at OCZ Storage Solutions. "By leveraging controller and TLC NAND technology from Toshiba, we are pleased to be able to bring to market the exciting new Trion 100 SSD Series which will offer end-users an optimal mix of performance, features, and value, making it easier than ever for value-conscious consumers to leverage the benefits of a high quality yet affordable SSD that delivers improved desktop and mobile computing experiences."

NEWS SOURCE:ocz.com

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