Along with memory maker Kingston who just made a splash into the world of SSDs with its SSDNow E and M series drives, it looks like Corsair is also entering the solid state disk market with what it calls the Storage Solutions family.
What's a little odd is there's practically no information whatsoever listed on the web about these new drives, let alone a product announcement; this despite the fact an aussie distributer lists them as becoming available in the near future.
All that we know about the Storage Solutions SSDs so far is that a 128GB capacity model will be the first to get released and is rated with sequential read/write rates of 90MB/sec and 70MB/sec respectively; so it's safe to say these are likely MLC drives.
We'll bring you more info about them as it becomes available.
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