CES 2013 - Mushkin have slapped storage fans in the face with their latest announcement, a 960GB model in their Chronos range of SSDs.
This drive sports two 480GB SSDs in RAID 0 mode. If the drives inside of the new 960GB are indeed the same components found in the other Chronos models, then we should expect two SF-2281-based SSDs featuring asynchronous NAND.
The new 960GB Chronos drive from Mushkin should arrive on the SATA 6Gbps standard and still arrives in the 2.5-inch form factor. The reason we're seeing two 480GB SSDs slapped together is because 128Gb NAND dies are still a while away before we see widespread availability. Once there's enough stock, we should see many more 1TB-or-so SSDs, hopefully.
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