Mach Xtreme Technology Launches MX-NANO Series 1.8'' PATA Solid State Drives
Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today unveiled MX-NANO Series 1.8" PATA SSD with 256MB cache memory which makes MLC (multi-level cell) NAND-based storage an affordable offering for notebook users demanding performance and energy efficiency at an attractive price point.
The new MX-NANO Series of 1.8" PATA SSDs that are ideal for upgrading popular notebooks based on 50-pin, 44-pin or ZIF PATA interface. Combined with industry's leading 256MB cache memory and ultra-fast access times, these new SSDs deliver double or even triple the performance of the default hard drives in most current notebooks, resulting in substantially faster boot-up, application load and shutdown speeds. It is one of the fastest and easiest ways to upgrade dozens of different notebooks and UMPCs to higher performance and more local storage (up to 240GB).
The MX-NANO drive delivers best-in-class read and write speeds clocking in at up to 120MB/s read and 90MB/s write along with the maximum of 5,200 IOPS and superior durability (1.0 million MTBF) compared to previous generation notebook drives. Available in 50-pin, 44-pin and ZIF interface flavors and capacities of 30GB, 60GB, 120GB and 240GB, Mach Xtreme Technology MX-NANO SSDs offer ample room for all your data and comes backed with 1 Year Warranty and outstanding after-sales service.
MX-NANO Series 1.8" PATA SSD at A Glance:
1.8" PATA (44-pin, 50-pin, ZIF) MLC Solid State Drive
256MB SDRAM cache memory
Max. Read Performance up to 120MB/s (120G/240G)
Max. Write Performance up to 90MB/s (120G/240G)
I/O per second of 5,200 IOPS
Power consumption: stand-by 0.5W / active 1.3W
Life expectancy 1.0 million hours MTBF
50-pin interface capacity:
120GB (MXSSD1MNANO50-120G) and
44-pin interface capacity: 30GB (MXSSD1MNANO-30G),
120GB (MXSSD1MNANO-120G) and
ZIF interface capacity:
120GB (MXSSD1MNANOZ-120G) and
Warranty: 1 Year
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