The capacity of Crucial P2 SSD drives in M. 2 format has reached 2 TB

The capacity of Crucial P2 SSD drives in M. 2 format has reached 2 TB
The Crucial brand, owned by Micron Technology, introduced new solid-state (SSD) drives of the P2 family, suitable for use in desktop and laptop computers.

The products are made in M. 2 2280 format based on QLC NAND flash memory microchips (four bits of information in one cell). The PCI Express 3.0 x4 interface (NVMe specification) is used for data exchange.

It is still Crucial to the family P2 was available as a version with a capacity of 250 and 500 GB. Now announced modifications that can store 1 and 2 TB of information.

Both new products provide sequential data reading speeds of up to 2400 MB/s. The sequential write speed reaches 1800 MB/s for the 1 TB model and 1900 MB/s for the 2 TB variant.

The devices are 22 × 80 mm in size. The manufacturer provides a five-year warranty, as well as the possibility of a refund within 45 days from the date of purchase.

The Crucial P2 drive with a capacity of 1 TB will be available for $ 105, while the 2 TB version will cost $ 225.
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