SanDisk X300s SSD Specs, Self Encrypting with 1TB capacity

Self encrypting storage devices are on the rage right now as more and more companies and government institutions adapt these devices. SanDisk wants to make full use of this opportunity and has churned out X300S, a M.2 2280 single sided SSD that can be used with any laptop or desktop. It comes in five capacities 64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB.

SanDisk X300s specifications

Form Factors: 7mm 2.5-inch Cased, M.2 2260
Capacities: 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB
Interface: SATA Revision 3.1 (6 Gb/s) backward compatible to SATA Revision 2.0 (3 Gb/s) and SATA Revision 1.0 (1.5 Gb/s)
Sequential Read/Write: Up to 520/460MB/s
Random Read/Write: Up to 96/80k
Endurance (TBW): >40 (64GB), >80 (128GB-512GB)
Latency Read/Write: 55/65μs
Active Power (W): 0.12
Slumber(mW): 80 (64GB-256GB), 90 (512GB)
DEVSLP(mW): 5.0 (64GB), 5.0 (128GB), 5.0 (256GB), 6.5(512GB)
Weight(g): 2.5” 7mm Cased: 51 (64GB-128GB), 55 (256GB-512GB); M.2 2280: 7 (64GB-512GB)
Operating Temperature: 0 C to 70 C
Non-operating Temperatures: -55 C to 85 C
Operating Vibration: 5.0 gRMS, 10 – 2000 Hz
Non-operating Vibration: 4.9 gRMS, 7 – 800 Hz
Operating/Non-operating Shock: 1,500 G @0.5 msec half sine
Certifications: FCC, CE, UL, ULc, TUV, KC, BSMI, ACA, VCCI

No matter which capacity you get, you will benefit from its AES 256-bit FIPS 197 certified hardware crypto engine that encrypts everything stored on the disk. The SanDisk X300S is 2.5 inch type which means you can use it in your laptop too.

SanDisk X300s

While you can use software side encryption on any storage device, it is always painfully slow. The M.2 ones as expected, do not come with any cases.


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