Apacer will launch stunning new products, including next-gen DDR5 and compact SSDs, at the COMPUTEX Virtual 2021 Online Exhibition this month.
With the theme of “Post-Pandemic Transformation, Technological Innovation,” Apacer will launch stunning new products at the COMPUTEX Virtual 2021 Online Exhibition from May 31 to June 30. In addition to spotting groundbreaking developments in SSDs and DRAM for 5G computing, cloud IoT, gaming and entertainment, participants will be able to learn about Apacer’s latest collaborations with Allxon and Onyx. Gamers will especially want to get a peek at gaming brand ZADAK’s latest water-cooled PC unboxing webinar.
And all this will be carried out to the highest safety standards even during this challenging period, thanks to Computex Virtual’s online business negotiation and meeting reservation services. Buyers and manufacturers around the world will feel like they’re standing in Taipei and interacting safely in real-time.
Upgrading Industrial Technology for 5G High-Speed Computing and Cloud IoT Applications
In the industrial field, Apacer’s latest releases include next-gen DDR5 industrial SODIMM, UDIMM and RDIMM memory modules with transfer rates up to 4800 MT/s and support for Intel Eagle Stream and AMD Zen4 EPYC Genoa server platforms. They appear alongside Apacer’s patented compact M.2 SSD. This incorporates a heatsink with a series of tiny notches that increase surface area and speed heat dissipation.
Apacer’s engineers have managed to squeeze this functionality down so that the SSD still conforms to the D5 standard for M.2 drives. Manufacturers focusing on 5G high-speed computing will also want to check out Apacer’s new PCIe Gen 4×4 SSD, the PV930-M280. Boasting up to 7000/5000 MB/s read and write speeds in capacities up to 2TB, it’s an ideal choice for the latest AIoT rapid transmission applications.
Taking Professional, Personal and Gaming Technology to the Next Level
In response to demand from professional photographers, videographers and editors, Apacer will also release a high-endurance CFexpress Type B PA32CF memory card with read/write speeds of up to 1700/1200 MB/s. This memory card is optimized for 4K/8K capture and can survive more than 12,000 plug-ins. It appears alongside the AC732 rugged external hard drive, which has passed a 1.2 anti-drop test created by the US military and is also IP68-rated dustproof and waterproof.
Since it can withstand pressures up to 4,000KG, even the most precious data will remain safe. And with these devices comes another blazing-fast option: the AS2280Q4U M.2 PCIe Gen 4×4 SSD, boasting continuous read/write performance up to 7000/6850 MB/s. It’s sure to be popular with among heavy gamers, video editors and photographers.
Apacer’s high-end gaming brand ZADAK will also be unveiling new products. In addition to the latest ultra-high clock rate 6400MHz DDR5 gaming memory, it will also showcase the MOAB II Elite water-cooled chassis. It incorporates a patented CNC-milled aluminum alloy, a capacitive touch switch and addressable RGB lighting. It will be accompanied by the SPARK PCIe Gen 3×4 M.2 RGB SSD, which was engineered with an aluminum heatsink and features eye-catching customizable RGB lighting, and by the SPARK AIO 360MM Liquid Cooler, which includes high-quality radiator fans for better cooling performance and an optimized graphite pump bearing for better durability and silent operation.
Apacer’s presentation at COMPUTEX Virtual 2021 will fully embody the theme of “Adding Value, Enhancing Collaboration.” Global buyers and consumers are invited to experience innovative products and technology exhibitions online from May 31 to June 30, and will have the opportunity to win valuable gifts such as a Nintendo Switch Lite and Apple AirPods prepared by Apacer.