We’ve got the full specifications for the Trion 100 series line-up below. And on the following pages we’ll take the 480GB and 960GB versions for a spin to see how they compare and contrast to an array of other SATA SSDs currently on the market…
Pricing: As low as $59 – 480GB @ $179, 960GB @ $359 – as tested
Just like OCZ’s other consumer-class Solid State Drives, the new Trion 100 features a sturdy, anodized aluminum housing, though it’s not quite as sturdy as previous offerings. The enclosure isn’t held together with screws (it snaps together) and it is definitely lighter weight than Vector andVertex series.
All of the drives in Trion 100 family conform to the 2.5” form factor common of today’s SSDs, and they all have slim 7mm Z-Heights. The enclosures used on the drives are all metal (top and bottom) and there are really no external features to speak off other than a few decals and the standardSATA power and data connectors, but that’s par for the course with a drive of this type.