A new series of Inland Professional SSDs have been released, which are called Inland Professional 3D NAND M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe SSDs. And some detailed specifications will be introduced in this post. Just keep on your reading.
Inland Professional Announces 3D NAND M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe SSD
Inland Professional launches the 3D NAND M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe SSD. This feature enables solid state drive to perform better than the SATA III SSD. And we will introduce more information of this Inland Professional SSD in the following part.
As we have introduced in the above part, the Inland Professional SSD has better read and write performance since it belongs to NAND PCIe NVMe SSD. And this Inland Professional SSD takes advantage of Phison PS5008-E8 controller and Toshiba BiCS FLASH 3D memory like the MyDigitalSSD SBX.
Inland Professional NVMe SSD comes with three different capacities, and they respectively are 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. However, there isn’t an option for 1TB Inland Professional SSD. It may be a pity for those users especially gamers who want to pursue larger capacity. But this Inland Professional NAND NVMe SSD would be much cheaper.
And now, for the read and write performance aspect, there is no doubt that the performance would vary depending on the different capacities. And the performance would be better if the capacity of Inland Professional SSD is larger. The sequential read and write speed of 512GB Inland Professional NVMe SSD can reach up to 1550MB/s and 950MB/s. And the random read and write of this drive can reach up to 220,000 IOPS and 150,000 IOPS.
And for the 128GB and 256GB Inland Professional NVMe SSD, you can see the following chart for more detailed specifications. As we all know, most modern SATA SSDs have a difficult time writing more than 400MB/s. However, the writing speed of Inland Professional SSD is more than 400MB/s even though it is only 128GB.
Performance is only a feature of the Inland Professional SSD, and this series SSDs are pretty cheap. The 128GB Inland Professional NVMe SSD is just $38 and provides users with 100 TBW. And 256GB Inland Professional SSD is about $60 and gives users 200 TBW. The 512GB SSD provides 400 TBW and sells $109. Inland Professional provides a 3-year warranty for all NVMe SSDs.
So with the user-friendly price and good performance, many users would like to have a try. And with this high speed, it is popularized on many gamers. So if you want to replace your original hard drive by the Inland Professional SSD and would not give rise to data loss, you can choose to clone drive. Here, MiniTool ShadowMaker would be a good assistant. It can help to clone a hard drive with just a few steps.
In addition, it is also a professional backup tool. Therefore, to protect your data well, you can try to create a backup image so as to avoid some accidents.
In conclusion, Inland Professional has launched the series of 3D NAND M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe SSDs with three different capacities. Some specifications are listed in this news. With the NAND NVMe feature, this Inland Professional SSD has good performance. And it also has the user-friendly price so that it is economic for many users.