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Thursday, 27 March 2008 12:00

Super Talent working on thin 256GB SATA SSD

Written by Slobodan Simic

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12.5mm thick 2.5-inch drive

 

Super Talent has launched the world's slimmest 256GB solid state drive, more commonly known as SSD. This little baby, branded FSD56GC25H, is 12.5mm thick, which is, according to the press release, 40 percent thinner than any other 256GB SSD on the market.

The maximum read/write speeds of this baby are 65/50 MB/sec, with 0.1ms access times and shock/vibration resistance of up to 1600/16G. The drive uses a regular SATA interface, and also comes with ECC (Error-Correcting Code).

According to the press release, samples are ready and it's a matter of time before we see these thin SSDs on the market. The price for this 256GB thin SSD is still unknown, but don't expect a bargain.

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