Super Talent have made big strides in the SSD market since the birth of their MasterDrive family. Today they have unveiled two new "OX" and "PX" series drives to the lineup which take performance to a whole new level.
The OX series are MLC NAND Flash based solid state disks which use an all new multi-channel SATA-II (3.0 Gbits per sec) controller to help push transfer rates up to 150MB/sec (sequential read) and 100 MB/sec (sequential write), with the drives' capacities available in 32, 64 and 128GB.
Looking at the more advanced (and expensive) PX series, these are SLC NAND Flash based SSDs with incredible transfer rates on tap. The PX series is capable of 170MB/sec sequential reads and 130MB/sec writes. Capacities for these come in at 32 and 64GB.
Super Talent reveal the RRP on its 128GB MasterDrive OX drive to be $419. You can find out more details on the two new series of SSDs within the official PR here folks.
San Jose, California - September 16, 2008 - Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today added two new series of SSD products in their MasterDrive family that deliver substantially faster performance than existing SSDs.
Super Talent Director of Marketing, Joe James commented, "In this, our third generation of SATA SSDs, we've taken performance to incredible new heights, with sustained read and write speeds that will leave any hard disk drive in the dust. At the same time, our MasterDrive SSDs are among the most cost effective solid state storage solutions available."
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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