Review Inland Professional 2TB Internal SSD 3D QLC
Inland Professional 2TB Internal SSD 3D QLC

Internal 2 TB M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 QLC NAND SSD Internal Hard Drive

Whether you want to play games faster or are looking for more storage space, Inland Professional SSD can meet your needs. The Inland Professional SSD has a 2TB drive and improved performance thanks to the latest NVMe PCIe technology and QLC NAND 3D flash memory. This is a powerful upgrade for any valuable PC.

Compared to traditional hard drives without buying a new computer with a reliable internal SSL hard drive, you'll notice faster startup and shutdown speeds, faster application response and faster data transfer speeds.

Solid specification:
  • Endurance: 1500 TB;
  • Capacity: 2 terabytes;
  • Reading speed: up to 2000 Mbps;
  • Write speed: up to 1,800Mbps;
  • Interface: PCIe Gen 3 x 4;
  • Dimensions: 2280 m2;
  • Architecture: 3D QLC NAND flash memory;
  • 4K random reading: Up to 140K IOPS;
  • 4K Random Write: up to 320K IOPS;
  • MTBF: 1,500,000 hours;
  • Dimensions: 3.15 inches x 0.87 inches x 0.08 inches.
  • Weight: 1.28 ounces

Inland Professional 2TB Internal SSD 3D QLC Specs
  • 2 TB NVMe SSD large capacity. The computer is very easy to install and can be updated by starting and shutting down faster, downloading applications, transferring files and full memory
  • NVMe PCIe Gen3 x 4 high-speed interfaces provide continuous read / write speeds of up to 2000MB / s or 1800MB / s. 4K random read / write: Up to 140K or 320K input and output
  • QLC NAND Flash 3D SSD internal drive with SSD power balance, high storage capacity and low cost. Compared to hard drives, it does not get warmer or quieter at work
  • The compact size of the M.2 does not contain any moving parts and thus provides wide compatibility and high resistance to vibration with laptops, laptops, laptops and other laptops.
  • Reliable SSD drive. 1,500,000 MTBF hour with 3 years limited parts and work guarantee. Internal SSD performance may vary depending on system components, configuration, operating system, and applications

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