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Tuesday, 22 April 2014 07:14

Kingston updates mSATA capacities

Written by Rob Squires

240GB and 480GB units available

Memory and SSD manufacturer Kingston has updated their mSATA SSD product line with the addition of 240GB and 480GB capacities to their existing SSDNow mS200 mSATA SSD line. The expanded product line now brings them closer to competing in the market with other mSATA manufactures including Intel, Crucial, and Samsung.

The mSATA drives allow system builders and enthusiasts a cost-effective performance boost, or allow for the development of small form factor systems.  The small-form factor of mSATA is perfect for notebook, tablet and Ultrabook PCs, as well as a variety of embedded systems.  It can also be used as a caching device with motherboards that support Intel Smart Response Technology (SRT) to improve system performance.  Kingston's mS200 has read speeds up to 550MB/s and write speeds up to 520MB/s.

The 30GB, 60GB, 120GB, 240GB and 480GB mS200 mSATA SSDs are shipped as a caseless, PCB-only design and are backed by a two- or three-year warranty, free technical support.  Pricing for the new models have not been announced yet.

 

SSDNow mS200 mSATA SSD

Part Number

Capacity

SMS200S3/30GB

30GB mSATA SSD

SMS200S3/60GB

60GB mSATA SSD

SMS200S3/120G

120GB mSATA SSD

SMS200S3/240G

240GB mSATA SSD

SMS200S3/480G

480GB mSATA SSD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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