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Super Talent to offer 128GB SSD for under US$300
Press release, September 30; Michael McManus, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 30 September 2008]

Super Talent Technology, a manufacturer of flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, has launched a pair of new affordable SATA-II SSDs. Super Talent's MasterDrive SSDs are offered in 64GB and 128GB capacities, witht he 64GB model expected to retail for about US$179, while the 128GB unit is expected to retail for under US$300.

Both models will begin shipping this week and are backed with a one year warranty.

The MasterDrive LX is built with NAND flash and uses a SATA-II 3Gbps interface that makes it 100% interchangeable with hard disk drives. These SSDs support sequential read speeds of up to 100 MB/sec, and sequential write speeds of up to 40 MB/sec. Integrated ECC, wear leveling and bad bit management functions also improve the reliability and lifespan of these SSDs.

Super Talent's MasterDrive SSDs are offered in 64GB and 128GB capacities

Super Talent's MasterDrive SSDs are offered in 64GB and 128GB capacities
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