Apacer will introduce its digital storage products at the Computex 2012.
The highlight is the Apacer AS610 SSD, featuring SATA 3Gbps interface with a sequential read speed of up to 550/530MBps. Backed by a 5-year warranty, the SSD is based on long-standing dedicated enterprise-level technical research and development on SSD.
Also launched is the limited edition "Snow Leopard Series" DDR3-2133 Kit Dual-Channel Overclocking Memory Module. Adopting the world's first ever pure white PCB, it is hemmed with 16 shiny LED lights emitting 16 spectacular beams upon booting. Additionally, Apacer will roll out its single 8GB DDR3 "ARES series" Overclocking Memory Module, delivering performance with super-high frequency and large capacity.
Apacer will be at booth T202A on the second floor of Taipei International Convention Center from 5 to 9 June 2012.
Read on for the full press release.
At Computex Taipei 2012 (June 5 to 9 at booth T202A on the 2nd floor of Taipei International Convention Center) Apacer will launch ground-breaking digital storage products underlining their brand spirit as a “Reliable Innovator”, providing cutting-edge performance,utmost stable solutions, as well as an innovative user experience backed by superior service.
As far as consumer 3C products are concerned, Apacer will present a full series of USB 3.0 peripherals, including flash drives, external hard drives, card readers, and much more to be revealed during the show in live-demonstrations, focusing on users demanding for a ture super-speed experience. One highlight will be the Apacer AS610 SSD, featuring SATA3 transmission interface with a sequential read speed of up to 550/530 MB, thereby catering best to the demanding needs of gamers and multi-media enthusiasts.
In response to the tremendously growing usage of Ultrabooks, Apacer rolls out compact-sized and high-capacity solutions to meet the low profile product needs. Moreover, exclusive core information security technologies for SSDs will be released. When it comes to the server memory segment, Apacer is taking the lead by launching their DDR3 Server Memory Module with capacities of up to 16GB, offering an up to 20% higher operating efficiency. On top of things, Apacer will be demonstrating the latest overclocking memory designs right at their Computex booth.