THE TOP PERFORMING SSD
Designed to optimise your computing and efficiency, the trailblazing Q300 Pro SSD uses premium Toshiba NAND flash to deliver a superior balance of performance, reliability, and value that will transform any computing system. It delivers read speeds of up to 554 MB/s, and write speeds of up to 520 MB/s, enabling you to go full throttle with your games, videos and graphics editing.
SPEED YOU CAN COUNT ON
With Toshiba’s state of the art controllers and 2-bit-per cell SSD technology, you can be sure of unfaltering performance for a long time.
Toshiba built the Q300 Pro to endure the test of time. It is built to handle Total Bytes to Write (TBW) of up to 240TB on the 960GB model, which equates to a 40GB daily read/write workload over a 16 year period. We are so confident of the longevity, we back it up with a 5 year warranty.
LOWER POWER CONSUMPTION
With no motors or other moving parts, power consumption for SSD is lower than HDD – the key to longer battery life.
ENHANCED DURABILITY. SILENT OPERATION
The SSD runs quieter, smoother and more efficiently than traditional storage. Having no moving parts gives you several benefits such as greater shock resistance and lower operating noise.
Keeping your data safe is Toshiba‘s highest priority. The Q300 Pro incorporates Toshiba‘s Quadruple Swing-By Code error correction circuit (QSBC™ ECC) to detect and correct errors on the fly. The unique combination of QSBC™ ECC and patrol read, constantly checks for data deterioration, making sure that data integrity is kept at the highest levels.
ONE STEP AHEAD
Zeroing Trim Support keeps write speeds high by emptying unneeded stored data in advance. When new data needs to be stored, all is clear for swift operations.
At only 100mm x 69.85mm x 7mm, the compact Q300 Pro fits into most SSD ports. Even if you’re using a 9.5mm slot, the Q300 Pro can simply be expanded to fit your slot with a spacer.
Compatible with: PC, Mac and Game consoles.
Transfer rate may vary depending on user’s system configuration and capabilities