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[CES 2024] Lexar Showcases Latest Storage Solutions At CES 2024
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[CES 2024] Lexar Showcases Latest Storage Solutions At CES 2024

by Low Boon ShenJanuary 5, 2024
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Lexar Showcases Latest Storage Solutions At CES 2024

Lexar is set to showcase its latest product lineup at CES 2024, covering professional photography, gaming, and portable storage solutions.

Among the highlights is the Professional CFexpress 4.0 Type B Card DIAMOND Series, boasting PCIe Gen 4 technology with peak read and write speeds of 3600MB/s and 3300MB/s respectively. For CF Type A users, the Professional CFexpress 4.0 Type A Card GOLD Series comes into play, offering max read speeds of 1800MB/s and max write speeds of 1650MB/s. The Professional GOLD microSD UHS-II Card, recommended by GoPro, delivers 280MB/s and 180MB/s for peak read and write speed, respectively.

For gaming hardware, Lexar introduces the NM1090 with attached heatsink and a small onboard fan, with max read speeds of 12,000MB/s and max write speeds of 11,000MB/s; the NM800 PRO meanwhile will soon offer the 8TB variant. Gaming handhelds will have the Lexar PLAY SSD as their potential pick, offering max read speeds of 5200MB/s and max write speeds of 4700MB/s courtesy of SLC dynamic cache.

 

In terms of portable storage, the company’s ARMOR 700 Portable SSD provides IP66 water and dust resistance and a rugged design capable of withstanding a 3-meter drop. The SL500 portable SSD, powered by Silicon Motion controllers, offers speeds up to 2000MB/s read and 1800MB/s write, featuring a sleek aluminum design for easy portability and wide compatibility with various devices. Notably, it supports 4K 60FPS ProRes Apple Log video recording on the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Lexar will be showcasing these storage solutions, as well as their recently announced ARES RGB DDR5-8400 RAM, at The Venetian, Las Vegas in the upcoming CES 2024 event.

Pokdepinion: Looks like cooling fans is going to stay with us for a while when it comes to PCIe 5 SSDs.

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