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SK hynix and HLDS Jointly Developed Tube T31 and Haechi H02 Win Red Dot Design Award and Exhibit at COMPUTEX

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Leading semiconductor company SK hynix today announced that its stick-type SSD, the Tube T31, and its heat sink for the Platinum P41, the Haechi H02, both jointly developed with Hitachi-LG Data Storage (HLDS), have won one of the top three global design awards, the 2024 Red Dot Design Award.

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The Tube T31 is SK hynix’s first stick-type SSD, which can be used directly by plugging into a USB-A port without a USB cable, offering convenient usability with speeds up to 1,000 MB/s for recording 4K videos, storing game data, etc. Currently, 1TB and 512GB models are available; a 2TB model will launch soon.

The Haechi H02 is a follow-up model to the previously released Haechi H01, a heat sink product for the Platinum P41 designed exclusively for PlayStation 5 models CFI-1000, CFI-1100 and CFI-1200. This upgraded version will also be compatible with the PlayStation 5 Slim and is scheduled to be launched in June.

Before they are released, the two products will be exhibited at the COMPUTEX booth of SK hynix’s official production and sales partner, Hitachi-LG Data Storage, Inc.

About SK hynix Inc.

SK hynix Inc., headquartered in Korea, is the world’s top tier semiconductor supplier offering dynamic random access memory chips (“DRAM”), flash memory chips (“NAND flash”) and CMOS image sensors (“CIS”) for a wide range of distinguished customers globally. The company’s shares are traded on the Korea Exchange, and the global depository shares are listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange. Further information about SK hynix is available at and