Ever wondered watching an SSD in the shape of an assault rifle? Taiwanese memory specialist Apacer thought of a totally different thing which anyone else couldn’t. The new PCIe NVMe SSD looks like an assault rifle and the specifications are also killer.
PT920 Commando PCIe NVMe SSD
The all new gun shaped SSD is named PT920 Commando PCIe NVMe SSD according to its shape and it is available in two variants i.e. 240GB / 480GB. Not only it looks like a gun, the sight aperture, and ejection port looks totally sick. For some, this shape can be very exciting while others may consider it as an extra piece of hardware capturing a lot of space on the motherboard.
Apart from the shape, let’s talk about its hardware specifications:
- Compliant with NVMe 1.2 Standard
- Sequential Read Speed Up to 2500MB/s
- Sequential Write Speed Up to 1350MB/s (480GB)
- Random 4K write of 175,000 IOPs (480GB)
- Built-in Global Wear Levelling & End-to-End Data Protection
- ECC Engine Correcting Up to 120bit/2KB
- Smart ECC & SmartRefresh for maintaining accuracy and safety of data access
- Supports S.M.A.R.T. Command
The dimensions of this SSD are measured to be 160 x 120 x 22mm and according to the reports, there are visible differences among the performance of the two variants. The warranty of this SSD is up to 3 years but unfortunately, no details have been provided regarding its price and availability.