SanDisk Z400s 64 GB 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive - SATA - M.2 2280

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SanDisk Z400s 64 GB 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive - SATA - M.2 2280

546 MB/s Maximum Read Transfer Rate - 342 MB/s Maximum Write Transfer Rate - View Complete Details

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SanDisk Z400s 64 GB 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive - SATA - M.2 2280 - An All-in-one High Performance and Reliable SSD for HDD Replacement

The SanDisk Z400s SSD delivers the performance, capacities, and form factors ideal for replacing HDDs in embedded and mainstream computing platforms. It can outperform HDDs by a factor of 20, while providing 5x the reliability at 1/20th the power consumption.
The Z400s is highly versatile and can accommodate a wide range of platforms with its variety of form factors and capacities. It is available in 2.5" 7mm cased, M.2 2280, and mSATA form factors with capacities from 32GB up to 256GB.
Reduce TCO and Maximize ROI
The SanDisk Z400s SSD can improve total cost of ownership (TCO) by reducing downtime and service requests due to hard drive failures. Its solid-state design means there are no moving parts, making it shock-resistant and much more reliable than traditional HDDs.
The Z400s is able to sustain a high volume of transactions, making it well-suited for POS systems, ATMs, and other embedded platforms that handle frequent transactions.
Low Power
Its low power characteristics mean it generates very little heat, making the Z400s perfect for green and fan-less designs.

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