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Sabrent announces new Rocket 4 2242 Gen 4 NVMe SSD

by on13 May 2024

Sabrent has announced the new Rocket 2242 M.2 Gen 4 NVMe SSD, based on a rather short M.2-2242 form factor, which is often used with some handheld consoles, like the Lenovo Legion Go.

Currently available only in 1TB version, the new Rocket 4 2242 uses Phison's E27T DRAM-less controller, combined with Kioxia's 162-layer 3D TLC NAND. Unfortunately, Sabrent did not reveal any specifications, other than the "up to 5GB/s or more with PCIe 4.0 slot" performance estimate.

As said, the new Rocket 4 2242 SSD is designed for space-limited devices, like the Lenovo Legion Go handheld console, some Lenovo Thinkpads, and other devices. Of course, it still works in most motherboards with standoff changes, add-in cards, enclosures, and cloners, as it can be extended to the M.2 2280+ form factor.

The new Sabrent Rocket 4 2242 1TB SSD is currently available at for $129.99 and Sabrent's own shop for $99.99.


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