The MyDigitalSSD 50mm Bullet Proof mSATA
The MyDigitalSSD MDMS-5064 arrives in a bubble wrap package with a Phison label on it.
The package isn't too difficult to open. Once inside we see the 50mm mSATA drive. On this side of the drive we see the Phison PS3105 controller and two Toshiba flash chips. The holes on the left side are used to secure the drive in the machine and the pins on the right are for the socket.
The other side of the mSATA drive has two additional Toshiba flash chips and a Zentel cache buffer.
MyDigitalDiscount.com sent along a Lenovo notebook that normally ships with a 2.5" spinner but has an mSATA port in the middle, lower edge.
Here we see the typical 50mm mSATA port. I should note that some devices use 70mm mSATA ports, so be sure to verify if you need a 50mm part or a 70mm part.
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