Silicon Power Thunder T50 Thunderbolt Series Debut at IDF 2013

Silicon Power Thunder T50 Thunderbolt Series Debut at IDF 2013

SP/ Silicon Power, the world’s leading provider of memory storage solutions announces its participation in the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2013 in San Francisco, USA, at Moscone Center West (Thunderbolt Booth No.186) from September 10th to 12th, 2013.


Creative Invention, Unlimited Expansion

Silicon Power (SP) has proven great achievements in product design, and also positively expanded its business in worldwide storage markets. With the technical guidance from Intel, SP has now developed various innovative Thunderbolt storage products, including Thunder T11, Thunder T20, Thunder T30 and Thunder T50, and will showcase these products at IDF this year. Under the eye-catching designs, Silicon Power always surprises users with its creativities in digital storage devices, and provides unique image with wide variety of products, as well as competitive quality that bring out the true SP brand spirit – Memory is Personal

Thunderbolt Outstanding Performance

Silicon Power Thunder T11 is the lightest portable Thunderbolt SSD on the market. With the completely silent mSATA SSD and Ultra-fast speed, Thunder T11 is able to deliver great performance and is only half the size of ordinary storage devices. Silicon Power Thunder T20 is another incredibly small Thunderbolt SSD with the use of NGFF, the smallest SSD card format in the industry. With SP revolutionary design, Thunder T20 stands out with its exclusive built-in Thunderbolt cable, which enables great ease and convenience without carrying additional cables.

Silicon Power will be demonstrating its innovative Thunderbolt series products and welcomes all customers and media representatives to visit Booth No.186. at the Intel Developer Forum 2013.

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