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Samsung 850 Pro 256GB SATA Solid State Drive - NOW £123.59 (Exclusive offer whilst stocks last)
Capacity 256 GB
NAND Flash Memory Type Multi-level cell (MLC)
Form Factor 2.5"
Interface SATA 6Gb/s
Data Transfer Rate 600 MBps
Buffer Size 512 MB
- Hardware Full Disk Encryption (FDE)
- Automatic Garbage Collection,
- DevSleep mode,
- Microsoft eDrive compatible,
- Dynamic Thermal Guard protection,
- RAPID mode support,
- Low Power DDR2 SDRAM Cache,
(WxDxH) 69.85 mm x 100 mm x 6.86 mm
10 years warranty
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