MemoRight MS-701 240GB mSATA SSD
MemoRight is shipping the MS-700 and MS-701 in a blister pack. You can see which model is in the package though the clear plastic. Both model's specifications are listed on the package. At the very bottom of the package MemoRight even shows their methodology in obtaining their performance scores.
The warranty information is listed on the back of the package.
There isn't much to see on this side of the drive since it has a giant sticker over all of the components. Well, when I say giant it might be an overstatement since the entire drive is quite small.
On the back side we can see a little more. MemoRight use Micron MLC flash on the drive and there are four chips, two on each side.
With a little finesse we exposed the SandForce SF-2281 flash storage processor that is responsible for all of the speed.
Here we see the other side of the drive without the 'giant' sticker. This allows you to see the craftsmanship that went into the MS-701. Most of the components on this side are the power regulation circuitry.
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