Flexible interface: Delock offers species diversity in M.2
The M.2 interface specifies internal add-in cards on PC mainboards and notebook computers.
It was introduced by Intel for the first time in 2012 under the label Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF).
M.2 was conceived as an successor of the mSATA interface. M.2 transfers not only SATA but also USB and PCEe signals which makes it more flexible for its application areas.
In many notebook computers and PCs there is already an M.2 interface.
Via the M.2 interface it is ideally possible to connect SSDs in a compact mobile device such as in a notebook computer or Ultrabook™.
A compact design and flexible measurements are features of the M.2 modules.
Thanks to the low power consumption, M.2 SSDs can also easily be used as bootable drives within embedded systems.
Overview of our M.2 products
Three examples of species diversity in the area of M.2
M.2 Flash module SATA 6 Gb/s SSD
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256 GB • Industrial -40 °C ~ 85 °C