Sandisk Z410 480GB SATA III 2.5 inch SSD £99.99 Del @ eBuyer
Sandisk Z410 480GB SATA III 2.5 inch SSD £99.99 Del @ eBuyer

Sandisk Z410 480GB SATA III 2.5 inch SSD £99.99 Del @ eBuyer

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Please note this is the Z410.
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Sandisk Z410 480GB SATA III 2.5" SSD

The SanDisk Z410 is a value/performance SSD designed for essential-class to mainstream desktops and laptops. It can outperform HDDs by a factor of 24, while providing 5 times the reliability at 1/20th the power consumption, and ample capacity while serving as an affordable storage solution.
Building upon the successful Z400s platform, Z410 is further optimized specifically for PC users. With faster write speeds, the Z410 SSD delivers a quick and responsiveness user experience for everyday PC applications, all in an affordable solution.

SSD performance and battery-savings to everyday PCs without sacrificing capacity
Half a terabyte made affordable
Enables a lean BOM cost while increasing performance and reliability for desktops and laptops
For IT departments, reduces TCO of computer systems and improves end user experience
Improved responsiveness and storage reliability with an SLC cache, and host write analysis algorithm
Lowest average power consumption
Low power with DEVSLP support, allows for fan-less designs and meets green legislation requirements

SLC cache means better computing performance
The Z410 includes an SLC cache, which boosts burst write performance of typical PC usage. The combination of SLC and TLC blocks maximize read/write operations to improve responsiveness, giving users faster access to PC applications. This makes the Z410 the ideal storage solution for multi-tasking and typical PC workloads such office productivity, web browsing, email, casual gaming and audio/video entertainment.

Build durable, reliable systems
Designed with an LDPC error correction mechanism, the Z410 SSD delivers a reliable solution with endurance up to 120 terabytes written (TBW)2. A dedicated on-the-fly hardware core performs progressive error correction to minimize the impact on latency and performance, while maintaining low power usage. Its solid-state design means there are no moving parts, making it shock- and vibration-resistant, and much more reliable than traditional HDDs. This translates into lean BOM costs for PCs without sacrificing capacity, lower total cost of ownership, and a better, more productive end-user experience.

Lowest average power extends battery life
With lower power consumed during active use as well as during slumber and DEVSLP modes, the Z410 SSD features one of the lowest power draws of any SSD in the industry. This makes it ideal for laptops and desktops, battery-based platforms as well as for fan-less designs.

Lower TCO for businesses
SanDisk SSDs can lower the total cost of ownership (TCO) by reducing downtime due to hard drive failures. They also offer lower latency and greater read/write speeds over traditional HDDs*, so users may experience a noticeable improvement in responsiveness. IT departments can extend the useful life of their PC inventory by upgrading to the Z410 SSD, thus prolonging replacement cycles and maximizing asset value.

SanDisk Z410 SSD
Form Factor 2.5" 7mm
Interface SATA III (6 Gb/s) backwards compatible to SATA II (3 Gb/s) and SATA I (1.5 Gb/s)
Size & Weight 7.0mm x 69.85mm x 100.5mm @ 32 ± 0.5g
Performance2 [4K QD32] 480GB
Seq. Read up to (MB/s) 535
Seq. Write up to (MB/s) 445
Ran. Read up to (IOPS) 37k
Ran Write up to (IOPS) 68k
Endurance (TBW) 120

Power 480GB
Active Power (mW) 50
Slumber (mW) 30

MTTF Up to 1,750,000 hours

Operating Temperatures 0°C to 70°C
Non-operating Temperature -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, UL, TUV, KC, BSMI, VCCI
Warranty 3 years

1 Comment

The only in-depth review I could find is pretty scathing


“The SSD Plus and Z410 are not TweakTown recommended.

Pros: Faster than an HDD

Cons: High Cost to Performance Ratio, Low Read Performance Low Sustained Write Performance, All Plastic Enclosure “

It could be the fact that their value for money benchmark is higher than ours due to cheaper US prices, but it still makes me wary. Scan.co.uk’s regular price is only £8 more, so it might be worth waiting rather than panick buying because of a one-day deal
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