Seagate Reveals New Barracuda SSD

2.5-Inch Frame Factor SSD Drive is 7 Millimeters Thick And Utilizes a Standard SATA III Connector

Capacity manufacturer Seagate is wandering into the very aggressive solid state drive (SSD) showcase with its new 2.5-inch Barracuda. Even including plentiful capacity up to 2TB in the limit.

Seagate, one of the more-settled capacity producers in the hard drive industry, is hoping to make progress in the SSD fragment with the up and coming shopper advertising. The 2.5-inch frame factor SSD drive is 7 millimeters thick and utilizes a standard SATA III connector.

SSD Capacity?

Seagate offers the BarraCuda SSD in four limits: 250GB, 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB. As per the producer, the BarraCuda conveys successive read and compose rates of 540 MB/s and 520 MB/s. The SSD is additionally outfitted with a unique blaze speed work that lifts its execution up to 560 MB/s and 90,000 IOPS. In spite of the fact that Seagate didn’t uncover any data on the SSD’s capacity utilization, the organization confirmed that it accompanies an ultra-low power mode to decrease control utilization.

What about the quality?

Unwavering quality is one of the Barracuda SSD’s most grounded characteristics. It conveys an MTBF (mean time between disappointments) rating of 1.8 million hours and gloats an amazing perseverance up to 1092 TBW (terabytes composed). While Seagate backs all its BarraCuda SSDs with a liberal five-year guarantee that incorporates 24-hour worldwide specialized help.

What about the pricing?

The Barracuda SSDs will make their presentation on Amazon Prime Day 2018, which kicks of on July 16 at 3 p.m. Eastern Time. General accessibility will come in the not so distant future around September. Amazon has just uncovered evaluating for a couple of the BarraCuda SSDs. The 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB models cost $79.99, $129.99, and $249.99, individually. With current rebates, you can buy the 250GB model for $74.99. The 500GB model can by picked for $119.99 and the 1TB model for $229.99. Amazon didn’t list the 2TB model, while we anticipate that it will be evaluated at around $449.99.

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