Safeguard your production work using smarter storage thanks to the 2TB AV PRO MK3 SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD from Angelbird. Designed for audio, video, and photo professionals, this 2TB SSD is certified by Atomos and Blackmagic Design for use with their respective platforms. Boasting sequential read and write speeds up to 560 and 520 MB/s, this drive also delivers sustained read and write speeds up to 540 and 520 MB/s, respectively. Furthermore, the AV PRO MK3 sports a 6-GB/s SATA III interface, delivering an access time of approximately 0.1 ms. However, performance isn't the only thing the AV PRO MK3 is packing; in addition to ECC memory, this drive sports a Mean Time Before Failure, or MTBF, of two million hours. Furthermore, drive endurance measures up to 4800 terabytes written, and stored data can be retained for up to 10 years at 77°F.
Intended to survive the demands of professional use, the AV PRO MK3 boasts shock and vibration resistance, as well as a temperature-proof design. Additionally, this drive is protected from X-rays and magnetic interference, and features ESD and overload protections. Featuring an integrated Solid Grip handle, this drive includes support for TRIM and S.M.A.R.T. monitoring, as well as a limited 3-year warranty.
Stable Stream Technology
With Stable Stream tech on board, the AV PRO MK3 storage is intended to provide tailored storage for media professionals and creatives.
Solid Grip Design
Angelbird's integrated Solid Grip handle allows the AV PRO MK3 to be removed securely and safely, minimizing chances of accidentally damaging the drive.
Shock, Temperature, X-Ray, and Magnetic Protection
Shock resistant up to 150 g and temperature resistant from -67°F to 185°F, this SSD is also protected from magnetic interference and X-rays.
ESD & Overload Protection
Designed with integrated ESD and overload protection, the AV PRO MK3 protects your work from electrostatic discharges and power overages.
S.M.A.R.T., TRIM, and ECC Support
S.M.A.R.T. and TRIM support allow users to monitor drive temperature and clean or reset the SSD for optimal performance. ECC, or error-correcting code, allows the drive to detect and rectify common types of data corruption.