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Apacer 60GB Turbo II AS602

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Apacer 60GB Turbo II AS602

The Apacer 60GB Turbo II AS602 is a solid state drive that supports SATA II 3.0 Gb/seconds transfer rates and features a SandForce SF-1222 controller. It also supports an MLC flash. It is available in a capacity of 60GB. It supports read speeds of up to 285 MB/seconds and a write speed of up to 275 MB/seconds. The unit is tested for 1500G shock resistance, 15G vibrations and operates in humidities of 5% to 95%. Other features on the 60GB Turbo II AS602 includes built-in EC…

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Apacer 60GB Turbo II AS602

The Apacer 60GB Turbo II AS602 is a solid state drive that supports SATA II 3.0 Gb/seconds transfer rates and features a SandForce SF-1222 controller. It also supports an MLC flash. It is available in a capacity of 60GB. It supports read speeds of up to 285 MB/seconds and a write speed of up to 275 MB/seconds. The unit is tested for 1500G shock resistance, 15G vibrations and operates in humidities of 5% to 95%. Other features on the 60GB Turbo II AS602 includes built-in ECC (up to 24 bytes correction per 512 bytes), Dynamic/Static wear-leveling, Flash bad-block management, S.M.A.R.T. Technology and Windows 7 Trim Command Support. The AS602 measures 100 x 69.9 x 9.3 mm ad weighs 75g. It has a mean time before failure of up to 1,000,000 hours and is covered by a 5 year warranty.

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The Apacer 60GB Turbo II AS602 is a solid state drive that supports SATA II 3.0 Gb/s interface that supports data transfer speed of up to 300Mbps and supports Native Command Queuing (NCQ) technology to optimize the order for enhanced performance. The AS602 also features the SandForce controller, and provides user with a performance of up to 285/275MB/sec sequential read/write speed via PageMapping structure. It also supports 30k/13k input/output operations per second (IOPS) for 4KB file transfer and a 5-fold random access speed.

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