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User manual for the JMR Electronics 256GB LTNG-XTD Portable Thunderbolt LTNG-XTD-256
The user manual for the JMR Electronics 256GB LTNG-XTD Portable Thunderbolt LTNG-XTD-256 provides
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The LTNG-XTD Portable Thunderbolt SSD from JMR Electronics is a lightweight, portable solid-state drive ideal for quickly moving and editing data. Featuring an M.2 form factor, it has 256GB of storage capacity and uses the Thunderbolt-2 connector for data transfers at four times the speed of USB 3.0. Read and write speeds of 1200 to 1400 MB/s allow the user to fill this drive with large video files, pictures, music, and data in just minutes. The Thunderbolt-2 interface also provides the operating power for the drive, so no additional cables are required. The LTNG-XTD is compatible with all Thunderbolt-2 and Thunderbolt-1 compliant host devices. For continuous operation the LTNG-XTD is encased in an anodized-aluminum finned heatsink, which allows 24/7 operation if needed. An 18" Thunderbolt cable is included with this SSD.
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Additional parameters of the JMR Electronics 256GB LTNG-XTD Portable Thunderbolt LTNG-XTD-256:
Read speeds: Up to 1400 MB/s
Write speeds: Up to 1200 MB/s
Power dissipation: 9.2 W Provided by Thunderbolt connection. No external power source required.
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