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MTRON MOBI 64GB SATA Solid State Disk - Final Thoughts

In Chris's first Solid State Disk review, he pits MTRON's MOBI 64GB SSD up against a traditional WD Raptor drive.

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: Apr 9, 2008 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 84%      Manufacturer: MTRON

Final Thoughts

 

While the Mtron MOBI is an accessory for the privileged now, in time SSD prices will fall and we will all be singing the joys of computing with next to nothing access times. For now, the professionals and deep pocket enthusiasts will enjoy the fruits of SSD technology while the rest of us will lay in wait for the cost to come down.

 

Solid State is the way of the future and the performance numbers back it up. Whether you are using SSD technology as a boot drive or for a blistering fast scratch drive, your applications will benefit with greater speed and shorter application load times.

 

The Mtron MOBI SSD 64GB SATA is a great example of Solid-State Drive technology. The drive has proven that it is faster than today's enthusiast standard, and by a large margin. Nearly every application I used benefited from using the MOBI and I am very impressed with the performance. If you are looking for the next big thing in computing technology, look no further than the Mtron MOBI.

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