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Team Group Xtreem S1 120GB SandForce Solid State Drive - Specifications, Pricing, Availability and Packaging

Team has a loyal following of enthusiasts who prefer their memory over all others. Did Team give the enthusiast community a SSD to get fanatical over as well?

| SSDs in Storage | Posted: Sep 20, 2010 11:08 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%Manufacturer: Team Group

Specifications, Pricing and Availability

 

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Team's first SandForce controlled SSD has all of the elements that we have come to love about the SF-1200. The read speed of 285MB/s and write speed of 275MB/s is easily our favorite and most beneficial, but all of the other goodies are there as well such as RAISE and Dura Write.

 

When it comes to add on features, Team Group is including a standard 2 year warranty, but our sample didn't come with a desktop adapter bracket that makes it easy to install the drive in a standard 3.5" form factor bay. With several manufacturers now sporting three year warranties and giving adapter brackets out with every purchase, Team is going to need to price the Xtreem S1 aggressively to compete with others who have already cut their teeth.

 

At this time we are not sure what the Xtreem S1 pricing is going to look like, but the plan is to release 60, 120 and 240GB models this month. At this point we can only wait and see.

 

The Packaging

 

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Team put together a very nice, highly visible package for the Xtreem S1. On the front we get to see the actual drive and a few of the features are also listed.

 

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On the back we were treated with some additional features and specifications in a couple of different languages. The model and serial numbers are also listed on the back; this one is serial number 0001.

 

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Inside the drive is held in place well with little chance for your new SSD to move around during shipping.

 

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