SanDisk announced half-terabyte solid state drive (SSD), the SanDisk Z410 SSD.
The 15-nanometer, three-bits-per-cell based Z410 SSD would help manufacturers to design for a broad range of desktop PCs and laptops.
With up to 480GB of capacity, SanDisk said this SSD is ideal for mainstream computing platforms.
“In addition to the performance and durability benefits that SSDs provide, the SanDisk Z410 SSD delivers storage that is ample for most consumers and the right size for typical corporate users,” said Tarun Loomba, vice president and general manager of Client Platform Solutions, SanDisk.
Loomba added that the Z410 is an important addition to SanDisk’s overall SSD portfolio.
The Z410 SSD is built on SanDisk Z400s SSD platform and features an SLC cache–a combination of SLC and TLC blocks to maximize read and write speeds.
The product is currently shipping in 2.5’’ (7mm) form factor at 120GB, 240GB and 480GB capacities, and includes a 3-year warranty.