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Storage Visions 2012 MemoRight Shows 768GB 2.5" SSD

Storage Visions 2012 MemoRight Shows 768GB 2.5" SSD

| Storage News | Posted: Jan 8, 2012 11:00 pm

CES 2012 - Long before SandForce, Marvell or even Intel were churning out SSD controllers MemoRight was breaking new ground on the SSD frontier.


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We've been reviewing their products for several years now and always found MemoRight SSDs to be of the highest quality no matter what controller was used.


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A big reason for the high quality coming from MemoRight is their military division, products designed for use in aircraft, marine and in infantry platforms. Here we see a military class SSD with several surface mount capacitors. MemoRight explains this as like having a UPS built into each drive.


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On the consumer side of things MemoRight has the new HT Series with a new MemoRight controller. The speed isn't as fast as you may be used to with the new SATA III drives but this drive is a lot more about capacity.


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The model we were shown has a massive 768GB of user capacity! That is amazing storage space for a solid state 2.5" drive.

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