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So here’s the deal – to anyone looking to upgrade your laptop or desktop, get an SSD. There’s no argument in that, and you’ll realize the drastic difference right away. However, with the market flooded with SSDs now, which is the one you should buy? That’s why the Apacer ARMOR AS681 SSD is introduced.

SATA III has a maximum speed of  6Gb/s (gigabits, not gigabytes) – and that’s already reached by many SSDs already. The Apacer ARMOR AS681 SSD achieved an excellent speed of 545MB/s read and 520MB/s write on their 960GB variant too.

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Apacer ARMOR AS681 SSD

However, just how reliable an SSD is a whole can of worms. Apacer included 20G anti-vibration and 1500G anti-shock protection into the Apacer ARMOR AS681 SSD itself, and that’s a definite plus for those who are always on-the-go.

ARMOR boasts built-in advanced Wear Leveling and ECC (Error Correction Code) functions and supports Windows 7 TRIM command. These not only extend SSD life and improve operation stability, but also maintain long-term performance. AS681 ARMOR has 3-year global warranty and users can enjoy ultimate read/write speed to their hearts’ content!

Apacer ARMOR AS681 SSD

The Apacer ARMOR AS681 SATA III SSD comes in a wide range of capacities too – ranging from 120GB, 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB. Apacer also has their own SSD Widget software to monitor the Apacer ARMOR AS681 SSD’s status and instantly update its firmware when available.


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