Specifications, Pricing and Availability
The number of devices with mSATA slots is growing rapidly. Still though, you have to consider mSATA SSDs as a specialty product. Because of that the availability is a bit low and when these do finally make their way to market the prices should be higher than what the mass produced 2.5" versions demand. At the time of writing we weren't able to find the MemoRight MS-701 for sale online, but that should change post Computex.
MemoRight is producing three capacity sizes for the MS-701. Those are 30GB, 60GB, 120GB and the model we are looking at today, 240GB. The performance scales as you go up through the capacity range like any other SSD, but the 120GB and 240GB both claim 25K random read IOPS and 24K random write IOPS. Sequential transfer speeds are rated at 550MB/s read and 500MB/s write. These are very close to the claimed specs of the MemoRight FTM Plus 2.5" SSD.
Being an mSATA drive there isn't much room or need for an accessory page. The MS-701 that we are looking at today does come with a standard three year warranty.
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