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Maxtor Z1 SSD Internal Solid State Drive - 240GB (Max. Read 540 MB/s Max. Write 425 MB/s) for £24.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop
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Maxtor Z1 SSD Internal Solid State Drive - 240GB (Max. Read 540 MB/s Max. Write 425 MB/s) for £24.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop

£24.99£25.984%7dayShop Deals
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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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  • VERY LIMITED OFFER! Supplied brand new in sealed retail packaging with a 3-year limited warranty and 1.2M-hr MTBF for peace of mind.Take your desktop or laptop to the next level with the performance you need at a fraction of the cost
  • Improve existing system performance with high sequential read/write speeds (540MB/s and 425 MB/s).
  • Power-efficient drive uses only up to 1.97W in active power.
  • Increased durability with robust shock and vibrational resistance (1500G/.5ms).
  • Be mobile longer with extended battery life in laptops and portable devices.

The Maxtor® Z1 2.5-inch internal SSD provides 240GB of storage to bring your desktop and laptop applications to life with faster system boots, loads and transfer times.
3375616-Uw1AV.jpgSpecifications
  • Capacity 240GB
  • Edition Maxtor Z1
  • Form Factor 2.5"
  • Height 7 mm
  • Interface SATA 3.0 (6Gb/s)
  • Host Controller Interface Controller
  • Flash Memory Type None
  • Max. Read 540 MB/s
  • Max. Write 425 MB/s
  • DRAM Cache Memory N/A
  • DRAM Cache Memory Type
  • Max. Random Read 4K
  • Max. Random Write 4K
  • Special Features Halogen-Free RoHS Compliant S.M.A.R.T Support TRIM Support
  • Power Consumption (active) 1.97W
  • Max. Endurance Rating 90TBW
  • MTBF 1,200,000 Hours
  • Max. Operating Vibration
  • Max. Non-operating Vibration
  • Max. Operating Shock
  • Max. Non-operating Shock 1500G/.5ms
  • Connectivity 1 x SATA 3.0 (6Gb/s)
  • OS Support Linux Windows 10 Windows 7 Windows 8.1
  • Bracket N/A
  • Dimensions 69.85 x 7 x 100.2 mm (WxHxD)
  • Weight 36 g
  • Package Type Retail

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12 Comments
I remember Maxtor hard drives, I think they got bought up be Seagate. So this is a Seagate product.
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 27th Dec 2019
MrCharlie27/12/2019 13:58

I remember Maxtor hard drives, I think they got bought up be Seagate. So …I remember Maxtor hard drives, I think they got bought up be Seagate. So this is a Seagate product.


As shown in the picture...
alg27/12/2019 14:22

As shown in the picture...


To be fair, I wouldn't particularly look at a box image in detail, so his post was informative.
alg27/12/2019 14:22

As shown in the picture...


Doh! I didn't see the box
They are just re-using names for fun at this point right?
Horrorwood27/12/2019 14:56

They are just re-using names for fun at this point right?


Tbh Maxtor hard drives were bad ... not sure their marketing dept has a clue. Just a quick Google shows this:

forums.tomshardware.com/thr…05/
Edited by: "MrCharlie" 27th Dec 2019
Haven’t used a Maxtor for ages. Also if buying cheap then the Integral P series was £19.99 the other day, I’d rather have that and save 20% personally.
MrCharlie27/12/2019 15:11

Tbh Maxtor hard drives were bad ... not sure their marketing dept has a …Tbh Maxtor hard drives were bad ... not sure their marketing dept has a clue. Just a quick Google shows this:https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/are-maxtor-external-hard-drives-good.2890805/


They'll release a cruise ship called the Titanic soon.
Yeah seems like lots of well known brands are being dug up and stuck on SSDs - Pioneer is a weird one, not a company associated with hard drives or storage, I guess they sold off their name for use on SSDs as has happened with other brand names. What next I wonder..... Crown or Hitachi brand SSDs?
Horrorwood27/12/2019 16:46

They'll release a cruise ship called the Titanic soon.


Thought that was already done/planned...

According to various "news" sites - the first voyage is planned for 2022, replicating the course of the original. Doubt it includes the free trip to the bottom of the atlantic though....
Edited by: "alg" 29th Dec 2019
alg29/12/2019 11:17

Thought that was already done/planned...According to various "news" sites …Thought that was already done/planned...According to various "news" sites - the first voyage is planned for 2022, replicating the course of the original. Doubt it includes the free trip to the bottom of the atlantic though....


Next you'll be telling me the hindenburg is coming back too...
OMG, Maxtor are back! Horror!
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