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Easy-mount Cooling M.2 SSD
Industry type:Electronics and communication
Product model number:Easy-mount Cooling M.2 SSD
Apacer Technology Inc.
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Apacer developed the Easy-mount Cooling M.2 SSD after hearing reports from frustrated customers who dropped their mounting screw into their PC case. We designed this product so the screw is integrated and can’t fall free, and also included a rotating latch structure that makes a screwdriver unnecessary. Suddenly, installation is simple. That’s where the Easy part of the name comes from: the Cool part comes from the aluminum heat sink that speeds heat dissipation and lets the drive run smoothly. In fact, operating temperatures will be reduced by up to 25%, protecting the components and letting the device last longer. Patents are pending for this innovative product in Taiwan and mainland China.

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About Apacer Technology Inc.

Apacer Technology offers a wide range of industrial SSD, digital consumer products and memory modules. Together with its broad R&D, design, manufacturing, and marketing strengths, it has become a leading global manufacturer in the industry.

https://www.apacer.com

Apacer is the recognized name in innovative memory module supply that is widely used in digital media applications as well as reading and sharing of digital data. Apacer truly understands the importance of digital data storage and duplication, hence continues to develop optimized versions of digital storage solutions. Using its witty slogan “Access the Best” to represent its effort to enhance brand value, Apacer dedicates itself in providing the best products and services. “Access” literally suggests total convenience and freedom in data reading, sharing and communication, while “Best” represents unparalleled quality. Apacer in fact promises users improved digital experiences with its line of memory modules and peripherals.

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