Friday, January 13, 2012

Icy News: Plextor Brings Out M3 Pro SSD

"Plextor announced its latest SSD M3 Pro, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas...Plextor exceeds industry requirements with Enterprise Benchmark testing. Before leaving the factory, each Plextor SSD is put through a 20-hour high temperature burn-in test and strenuous simulations of real-world working environments. As a result Plextor SSDs have a 0.59% average annual failure rate, one of the lowest in the industry." -via Storagenewsletter

Plextor is not as known to the average consumer, but, their SSD lines are very good and of high quality. With their new iteration to the market, the M3 Pro seems to be a very good quality piece of SSD hardware. The high point would be the average annual failure rate is under 1% and is very good. The cost will most likely be higher due to the components used, but could be very good investment in a new machine. Let us know what you think!

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