Yansem's Half Slim SATA Flash module YSSHSS2 is a compact and reliable storage solution that measures less than 40% of conventional 1.8" SATA SSDs. With a form factor of SATA 22pin, and utilizing SATA 3.1 interface, this SSD can deliver exceptional read/write speed with great performance for heavy-loading embedded or server operations with space constraints for host computing systems. It comes with a capacity range of 8GB to half-slim SSD 256GB utilizing high-reliability SLC/MLC NAND Flash.
Additionally, YSSHSS2 features power management, TRIM, S.M.A.R.T., NCQ, and wear-leveling technologies. It's the ideal solution for portable solid-state drive applications and extreme environmental operations.
Half Slim L54.0mm * W39.0mm * H4.5mm Error±0.15mm
SATA III 6Gbps
Sequential Read (MB/s)
Sequential Write (MB/s)
4K Random read(IOPS)
4K Random write(IOPS)
Power comsumption Idle
Power comsumption Active
10years below 25 degree
2 million hours
Hardware BCH ECC capable of correcting errors up to 66- bit/1KB
3-year warranty with free technical support
A half-slim SSD, also known as a half-height slim SSD, is a type of solid-state drive hard drive (SSD) that follows a specific form factor for its physical dimensions. It is primarily used in small and compact computing devices where space is limited, such as laptops, ultrabooks, and embedded systems.
The term "half slim" refers to the thickness of the SSD, which is typically half the height of a standard 2.5-inch solid-state drive. A half-slim SSD is usually around 5mm thick, whereas a standard 2.5-inch SSD typically measures around 9.5mm in thickness. This reduced thickness allows the half-slim SSD to fit into smaller devices with tight space constraints.
While the physical size and form factor of a half-slim SSD are different from a standard 2.5-inch SSD, the underlying technology and functionality remain the same. It uses NAND flash memory chips to store data and provides the benefits of solid-state storage, such as faster read/write speeds, lower power consumption, and improved durability compared to traditional hard disk drives.
It's worth noting that the use of half-slim SSDs has become less common in recent years as other form factors, like M.2 SSD hard drive, have gained popularity due to their smaller size and higher performance capabilities.
Half-slim SSDs are commonly used in small and compact computing devices where space is limited. This includes laptops, ultrabooks, embedded systems, and other similar devices.
The dimensions of a half-slim SSD are approximately 2.13 inches in width, 1.54 inches in length, and 0.2 inches in thickness. Please note that these dimensions can vary slightly depending on the SSD manufacturers and model.