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Asura Genesis Xtreme M.2 SSDs now available with removable heatsink, RGB lighting, and a 7-year warranty

Asura M.2 SSDs now available with removable heatsink, RGB lighting, and a 7-year warranty (Source: Asura)
Asura M.2 SSDs now available with removable heatsink, RGB lighting, and a 7-year warranty (Source: Asura)
The manufacturer is claiming to have the world's first ever M.2 SSD with RGB lights and a modular heatsink to prevent performance throttling. SKUs range from 256 GB up to 2 TB with prices starting at $80 USD.

For PC enthusiasts, there's more to just buying components with the highest numbers or fastest performance. Every part must also look extravagant and have that visual "wow" factor to lighten up the room or LAN party. To cater to this high-end market segment, Asura has launched its high-performance Genesis Xtreme M.2 NVMe SSD series with a host of visual extras not found on most M.2 SSDs in the market.

Features include RGB lighting and a modular dual heatsink design to fit onto a wider range of motherboards and desktop form factors. Performance will also be one of the fastest for its class at 3500 MB/s sequential read and 3000 MB/s sequential write. The TLC NAND flash modules themselves are provided by Toshiba and based on the Phison E12 controller.

As impressive as the SSDs may be, it's unlikely that they would fit onto most laptops because of the uniquely large heatsinks encompassing the drives from top to bottom. Running a Genesis Xtreme SSD without the heatsink would probably result in performance throttling over time.

The Genesis Xtreme M.2 series is now shipping in 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB capacities. To boost awareness amongst enthusiasts, Asura will be running contests from now until June 14th for prizes such as an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 GPU, Antec DA601 case, and other PC components.

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CHINO, Calif.--()--Asura Technology, Inc., a world leader in prosumer technology products, today announced the first addition to its SSD family, the Genesis Xtreme. This performance based SSD is the first line of products in the Asura prosumer line and it is guaranteed to impress with up to 3400 MB/s sequential read speeds and 3000 MB/s sequential write speeds. Asura is also launching a contest to celebrate their SSD launch with a grand prize of a high end custom built computer. These new innovative SSDs are designed for any professional looking to enhance the overall performance of their workflow by upgrading their computer system.

Asura releases an industry leading performance based SSD and contest to win one of many prizes including a custom built high end computer. www.teamasura.com

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The Asura Genesis Xtreme is a performance based SSD that is designed for content creators, tech enthusiasts and gamers. In addition to the fast speeds the Xtreme is state of the art with a M.2 2280 form factor and a PCIe Gen 3.0 X 4 with a NVMe 1.3 interface. The design is meant to stand out with thermal heatsinks and full RGB capabilities that is meant to add a premium look to your system. Whether you are a VR video editor, video creator, YouTube influencer, musician or high level gamer this SSD will improve efficiency and reduce lag time.

Asura is hosting a contest to coincide with their new SSD launch. They are giving away a lot of great prizes such as a completely new high end and custom built top performing desktop computer, an Apple TV, a 55” TV, wide selection of Asura Genesis Xtreme SSDs, and Asura gaming peripherals. The contest runs from May 13th to June 14th 2019. To learn more please go to www.teamasura.com/contest.

“At Asura we work hard to design products that increase performance,” said Ken Tung, Vice President of Sales, Asura. “We are computer enthusiasts and gamers at heart so we want make products that we are proud to use in our everyday lives. I feel like we definitely hit the mark with the Genesis Xtreme.”

The Genesis Xtreme is available in 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB. All Asura SSDs are backed by an industry best 7-year warranty, live chat technical support from 9am to 5pm PST, and guaranteed 24 hours response time via email. The Xtreme is available at Amazon and the Asura store. For more information or to order visit www.teamasura.com.

About Asura Technology, Inc.

Founded in 2018, Asura has a small team of 5 exceptional individuals coming from a wide range of diverse background, including manufacturing, supply chain, branding, marketing, and gaming. With years of solid experience from these industries, Asura is looking to shake up the prosumer market with new and innovative products and designs. Their Mission is to provide premium technology products that are designed and engineered around quality, performance and reliability. For more information, please visit www.teamasura.com.

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YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCAzVoJEt-AlyVzYKgFzrSAw
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Twitter: twitter.com/AsuraTechnology

Press Images: www.teamasura.com/press

Asura and the Asura logo are registered trademarks of Asura Technology. All rights reserved. All other marks may be the property of their respective titleholders.

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Allen Ngo, 2019-05-19 (Update: 2019-05-19)
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After graduating with a B.S. in environmental hydrodynamics from the University of California, I studied reactor physics to become licensed by the U.S. NRC to operate nuclear reactors. There's a striking level of appreciation you gain for everyday consumer electronics after working with modern nuclear reactivity systems astonishingly powered by computers from the 80s. When I'm not managing day-to-day activities and US review articles on Notebookcheck, you can catch me following the eSports scene and the latest gaming news.