The SSD-A1000 PCIe NVMe “it is more safe and durable than a hard drive”, seún stand out from Kingston, “and doubles the performance of a SSD drive SATA”.

A1000 is the name of the new SSD drive announced by Kingston Digital.

Its peculiarity lies in the fact that it is the first SSD PCIe NVMe basic line of this company, which uses NAND 3D.

Other features include the interface Gen 3.0 x2 and the controller Phison 5008 4 channels.

Their leaders promise to double the performance of SATA SSD with a similar price, coming to read and write speeds of 1,500 MB/s and 1,000 MB/s.

With a design of “NAND Flash memory 3D, A1000 is more safe and durable than a hard drive, and doubles the performance of a SSD drive SATA”, indicates Tony Hollingsbee, SSD Business Manager, EMEA at Kingston. “we can Now provide consumers with a performance PCIe at the same price as SATA”, follow Hollingsbee. “consumers can replace a hard drive or a SSD drive slower with the A1000 and have the necessary storage for apps, videos, photos and much more”.

A1000 comes in different versions, with capacities of 240 GB, 480 GB and 960 GB.

With form factor M. 2 2280 single-sided, measuring 22 x 80 mm, can be used in portable equipment and systems confined space.