June, 2017

New 10TB surveillance-class hard disk drive from Western Digital

Seagate hasn't released a consumer SSD since the 600 and 600 Pro came to market in mid-2013 but now a 256GB Nytro 141 appears to be available for $85.99 on SuperBiiz. According to a 141 product line data sheet, the new SSD is available in two configurations that offer different benefits for different kinds of end-users. One is optimized for sustained performance with higher endurance, while the other is optimized for maximized capacity. According to the specifications, both configurations feature three-bit per cell (TLC) NAND. The series will ship in the 2.5" form factor with a SATA 6Gbps interface.

Seagate Nytro data recovery The capacity-optimized version has 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB options and the endurance-optimized has three capacity points - 240GB, 480GB and 960GB. The capacity model replaces the old 600 Client series of consumer SSDs launched in May 2013 with 120GB, 240GB and 480GB capacities. The endurance-optimized Nytro 141 will take on the role of the old 600 Pro low-end server SSD.
Both Nytro 141 SSD configurations are built with advanced data protection, including end-to-end data path protection, SmartECC and a data-coherence mechanism for solid reliability.
According to Seagate, the new Nytro 141 SSD can be used in a wide range of applications as well as in personal computers, workstations, and home NAS devices.

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