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HighPoint RocketHybrid HBAs Start Shipping

HighPoint RocketHybrid HBAs Start Shipping


Now-shipping to retailers worldwide: HighPoint RocketHybrid HBA's - delivering cost-effective, high-speed hybrid storage for gamers, media professionals and PC-enthusiasts. RocketHybrid HBA's are cutting-edge PCI-Express 2.0, SATA 6Gb's Host Adapters, powered by Marvell's revolutionary HyperDuo technology.


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The performance benefits of SSD's over conventional HDD's are enticing to all, but their high cost of entry and low storage capacity keep many potential customers away. Hybrid storage resolves this dilemma - with RocketHybrid HBA's, you can combine inexpensive SATA hard disks with fast SSD's, into a high-performance and high-capacity storage solution. RocketHybrid HBA's remove the dollar-per-gigabyte barriers imposed by today's high-capacity SSD's.


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Windows operating systems will recognize hybrid storage disks as ordinary, single drives - they are simple to configure and can be used immediately.


Speed + Capacity


Powered by Marvell's HyperDuo technology, hybrid drives offer 80% of the SSD's speed, and 100% of the HDD's capacity. Combine a small, cost-effective SSD with a large, cheap HDD to maximum effect - SSD levels of performance, and the storage space of both devices.


With RocketHybrid HBA's, Speed and Capacity are no longer mutually exclusive. You can have it both ways, and without breaking the bank.


Availability and Pricing


HighPoint RocketHybrid HBA's are available immediately, from a world-wide network of Distribution and Reseller channels.


MSRP: $59.99


Distribution Channels: ASI, DH, MaLabs


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