Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Memorysolution Releases New Solid State Drive (SSD)

German company Memorysolution introduced its first Solid State Drive (SSD) from MAXFLASH. It is based on Samsung’s MLC flash memory and Indilinx IDX110M00-LC 'Barefoot' controllerchip which, in combination with the 64 MB of writing cache allows the SSD to reach speeds of 230 MB/s and 160 MB/s for respectively reading and writing. It also features a SATA 3.0 Gbps interface, a JMicron controller and a mini USB connector. According to Maxflash the disk is shock-proof up to 1500G. Comapany claims that it is a fast, reliable and affordable SSD which is extremely shock and vibration resistant and can be operated in an extremely wide temperature range. MAXFLASH is targeting markets such as notebooks, desktop-PCs, gaming-PCs and work stations.

Memorysolution released following details of its latest SSD
  • Read up to 230 MB/s
  • Write up to 160 MB/s
  • 64 MB Cache
  • Compatible with SATA interface (SATA I/II)
  • Power consumption (410 mA)
  • Voltage: 4,5 V ~ 5,5 V
  • Shock-proof up to 1500 G max
  • ROHS compliant
  • Silent: no latency delay
  • NAND flash: Samsung
  • Controller: Indilinx (Barefoot) IDX110M00-LC
  • Sizes: 64, 128 and 256 GB
  • Warranty: 3 years. - Weight: 80g (2.82 oz.).
PRICE: $ 185

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