Apacer recently had a big success promotion campaign for its NOX DDR4 SODIMM memory and AS720 SSD in the US market. Cooperating with the famous YouTube tech reviewer LinusTechTips, the campaign resulted in a good interaction with hardware enthusiasts and has brought about 6,000 visits to Apacer store on Newegg.com.
Highlights of the campaign
Apacer showcased the great features of NOX DDR4 SODIMM memory and AS720 SSD on LinusTechTips YouTube Channel and received nearly 3 million views.
NOX DDR4 SO-DIMM Specially Designed for Gaming and High-End Notebooks
NOX DDR4 3000MHz SO-DIMM is perfect for gaming laptops, high-end business laptops, and high-performance mini systems. High quality SO-DIMM memory modules with discreetly selected DRAM ICs keep notebook stably running under high speed, relatively decrease power consumption and increase overall performance by more than 20%.
The astounding design, with a color of black and silver, resembling aureole slightly emerging from the middle in the darkness, shows the most mysterious energy and beauty from the night goddess. Its label sticker, which is able to stand up to 120°C heat, is similar to the metallic heat spreader.
Apacer AS720 the World’s First Dual Interface SSD
The AS720, the first SSD equipped with SATA III, adopts a two-in-one high-speed transmission interface design. The SATA III provides fast read and write speeds, allowing you to move shots from your camera to the AS720 and edit the photos straight off the SSD.
Compatible with Mac or Windows, the AS720 has read and write speeds of 540MB/s and 450MB/s, respectively, when connected to a USB 3.1 interface. Ensuring enhanced reliability of data transmission and longer service life, the AS720 boasts built-in advanced wear leveling, Error Correction Code (ECC) functions, and Win7 Trim command support.