Tag Archives: mSATA

Micron mSATA SSD and MLC PCIe Card Visible on Micron SSD RoadMap

Our featured shot displays the new Micron mSATA 6Gbps prototype which just may be seen in new release laptops and net books early next year. Of course it features Micron NAND flash memory and would also contain the newly updated Marvell controller which would make this SSD one powerful piece of hardware. The shot was released at the recent Needham …

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AData XM13 mSATA SSD Makes Its Debut

This morning marks the AData debut of their first mSATA SSD which will be available in capacities of both 30 and 60GB and is known as the XM13. The XM13 is a ‘SandForce Driven’ SATA 2 SSD with performance specifications of up to equal read and write speeds of 260MB/s as well as 12,500 IOPS at 4k random disk access.  …

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OCZ Announces Deneva 2 and Intrepid mSATA SSDs

OCZ has announced the upcoming release of the Deneva 2 and Intrepid lines of mSATA SSDs designed for slim servers, netbooks, dual drive notebooks and network security devices. The Deneva 2 will be available in both SATA 2 (SF-2141) and SATA 3 configurations (SF-2181) and the SATA 3 version will reach typical SandForce numbers of parallel 500MB/s read and write …

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Runcore T50 6Gb/s 120GB EXCLUSIVE mSATA SSD Review – The Worlds First 6Gbps mSATA SSD Hits The Streets

It is almost four years to the day that the first consumer solid state drive was making its appearance which makes todays EXCLUSIVE SATA 3 mSATA SSD review truly sweet. Runcore is timing this ‘world first’ release with the news that they are also opening shop in California to better serve North American enterprise and client needs. The Runcore T50 …

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Gigabyte on Verge of Introducing first mSATA Capable Motherboard

Gigabyte introduced it new line of Z68 motherboards capable of ssd caching with Intels Smart Response technology but their upcoming release in June will be of particular interest. It seems that Gigabyte is pushing to be the first to release a motherboard with mSATA capabilities to take advantage of Intels Larson Creek slc SSDs. We have to wonder whether this …

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