|Model:||HP S700 Pro|
|Flash Type:||3D NAND|
|Read Speed:||563 MB/s|
|Write Speed:||436 MB/s|
|MTBF:||up to 2M hours|
|Form Factor:||M.2 2280|
|Dimension:||80 x 22 x 3.35 mm|
|Operating Temperature:||0 to 70 C|
|Storage Temperature:||-40 to 85 C|
|Shock resistance:||100 G/6 msec|
|3 Years Warranty|
HP S700 Pro M.2 128GB SSD
The HP S700 Pro uses new 3D NAND technology, which Micron promises will prolong the life of the SSD thanks to an advanced wear balancing algorithm that the company uses in conjunction with the NAND chips. While no one wants to lose data thanks to a dying hard drive, when it comes to professional and business use cases (which the HP S700 Pro SSD is aimed at), data loss can be truly catastrophic, which is why HP is so keen to talk about the various technology – and rigorous testing methodologies – that it uses to ensure the HP S700 Pro SSD is as robust and secure as possible. It offers read speeds up to 563 MB/s and writes speeds up to 436 MB/s, with low power consumption and high stability. Inside is a host of advanced technologies including an advanced wearing balancing algorithm for durability, TRIM that maintains performance over usage, and Higher Order LDPC error correction. The slim metal body acts as a heat sink for even further durability.
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