Silicon Power presents its unique and eye-catching portable solid-state drive, named Bolt B75, which may be easily mistaken for an external Silicon Power Armor A75 hard drive.
Developers assure customers, that they were inspired by a legendary German passenger-carrying aircraft Junkers F.13 while planning design of the device. The manufacturer reports the SSD Bolt B75 aluminium framework outwardly resembles ridged metalling, which was utilized in production of Junkers F.13 almost 100 years ago. This design solution was tried out in the external Armor A75 hard disk, released in November last year.
The novelty has the 124.4 х 81.9 х 12.2 mm dimensions and weighs 68–85 g. Inside there are NAND flash memory chips of the 120, 240, 480 or 960 GB total capacity. USB 3.1 Gen1 Type-C port serves as an interface.
Speed rates of each Silicon Power Bolt B75 sample are not stated, however we know maximum figures. They are …