Toshiba is one of the largest manufacturers of NAND memory chips worldwide and does not intend to yield a bit to its rivals, Japan has announced its first SSD TR200 device for the domestic sector and equipped with its new 3D memory technology NAND TLC 64-layer.
The new SSD Toshiba TR200 comes to happen to the Trion 100 and Trion 150 but with the difference that this time the main brand will be Toshiba itself and not OCZ, which was bought by the Japanese. Even so, the memory of OCZ in the form of a small logo and the initials TR of Trion will remain.
Inside the Toshiba TR200 hides the new NAND TLC 3D memory technology along with an unknown controller that is capable of achieving performance figures in sequential reading of 550 MB/s and a writing of 525 MB/s, on the other hand 4K random performance reaches 87,000 IOPS in both read and write.
Toshiba TR200 offers in capacities from 240 GB to 960 GB to try to adapt to the needs and economic possibilities of all users, with it there will be no excuse to continue with a slow mechanical disk.
No specific details have been given on prices and release date but are expected to hit the market throughout the fall.