Micron may think that it is simply "increase the safety of users," but if you ask us, it seems that the company provides teams with a tool to protect their plans for insurrection. RealSSD C400 The SED has a special focus on the safety of firmware and hardware AES-256 bit encryption that keeps all your important data safe from prying eyes. The material self-encryption solution also frees up the processor from one computer to focus on more important tasks (such as planning the enslavement of humanity), rather than spending valuable resources on protecting sensitive information. SED C400 will be available somewhere in the Q4 of 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB varieties. The price has not been announced yet, but we're not sure Skynet cares what it costs. After all, I can only say Micron order processing system to send a package for free.
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