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Samsung Launches Speedy SATA II SSDs

November 10th, 2007 Leave a comment Go to comments

Source: Dailytech

 

“The 64GB SATA II SSD is based on Samsung’s cutting-edge NAND technology with dramatically improved performance specs that are taking system performance to a whole new level of efficiency,” stated Samsung director of NAND flash marketing Jim Elliott.

Samsung’s new SSDs also now compare favorably with Mtron’s family of SSDs which are available in 2.5″ and 3.5″ form-factors. Those drives feature write speeds of 90MB/sec and read speeds of 120MB/sec.

 

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  1. November 13th, 2007 at 03:14 | #1

    Hmm, I read about Samsung and some sort of special Hard Drives. And seems they did. As phrased from the August issue of Popular Science, Samsung (based on Dell’s 32 GB SSD) said these are capable of holding 30 times the amount, thus 32 x 30 = 960 GB. This figure is extraordinary as compared to most high capacity Laptop Hard Drives. If one think about it, if this becomes popular fast and spread it will surely surpass normal Laptop Hard Drives from reach the 1 TB mark. PS said SSD’s will be special Laptop Hard Drives named Solid State Drives (Hence, the name SSD) for Laptops, a new technology of lowering power consumption from Laptop batteries; as compared with rotating disk Hard Drives. It’s basically a “Green” Hard Drives for Laptops.

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