Promotion: TOSHIBA's premium SSD lineup consisting of the Q300 and Q300 Pro not only offer best in class performance but also the durability that few SSDs in its price segment can boast of. Here's what's different about these Solid State Drives.
Built using Toshiba's own famed A19 TLC NAND, the Q300 comes in a slim form factor thanks to the fact that the A19 NAND chips are made using 15nm manufacturing process. TLC NAND allows much higher storage density than MLC and SLC NAND, thus giving you your money's worth. Each drive comes with a plastic space should you need to increase its thickness to 9.5mm for a snug fit in your personal device. The Q300 retails with a 3-year warranty.
Want a little more than the Q300? You can always opt for the Q300 Pro which uses a different controller and Toshiba's MLC A19 NAND. While the density changes due to MLC, it also results in greater reliability for your data. Also, the Q300 Pro features QSBC ECC for error correction. Like the Q300, even the Q300 Pro comes with a 2mm spacer and a much longer 5-year warranty period.
Moving to a 15nm manufacturing process allows for the SSD to run on lower power which again means the Q300 will operate at a much cooler temperature. This increases the life of your SSD and surrounding components in the long run.
Who is it for?
Anyone wanting to boost the performance of their laptop or desktop or gaming console.
The TOSHIBA Q300 Pro is even better because it makes use of the same 15nm manufacturing process but has the more reliable MLC NAND. Moreover, the Q300 Pro is more favourable for when you need better security for your data.
Who is it for?
Anyone who wants to not only boost the performance of their existing devices along with greater data reliability.
The TOSHIBA Q300 and Q300 Pro are high performance SSDs which pretty high read speeds which can go up to 550 MB/s. Write speeds vary between the two models and also according to drive capacity. The variation is also due to the two different controllers and because of the use of TLC NAND in the Q300 and MLC NAND in the Q300 Pro.
Even the smallest capacity drives offer pretty high IOPS ensuring greater performance regardless of which capacity drive you purchase.
Quadruple Swing-By Code Error Correction Circuit checks your data on the fly to see if there is any errors and rectifies them accordingly. It even actively checks your SSD when no transfer is taking place to keep a check on data deterioration.
Native Command Queuing takes a look at all the different transfer commands coming in to the SSD and aligns them in a proper sequence to ensure the fastest data speeds.
TRIM is a garbage collection mechanism which emptys unwated storage cells so that when the need arises, the NAND storage cells readily accept data.
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No matter what storage medium you are using, you'll always do better with the TOSHIBA Q300 and Q300 Pro. And when you do purchase one, you'll easily be able to transfer your existing data to your new TOSHIBA SSD and continue working at a much higher productivity level. No more spending countless hours re-installing your OS and everything that follows.
TOSHIBA Storage Utilities
Having a great hardware is not enough. You need great software to go along with it as well. TOSHIBA offers a good collection of utilities to perform tasks like performance optimisation, running diagnostic checks, managing over provisioning, optimising system and even securely erasing your storage medium.
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