Super Talent UltraDrive ME FTM28GX25H 128GB SSD (Page 2)

| May 25, 2009 at 12:53 am CDT
Rating: 91%Manufacturer: Super Talent
Specifications, Availability and Pricing
Super Talent UltraDrive ME Indilinx SSD Review
Super Talent does a really good job relaying their product specifications to the user. As you can see here, all of the bases are covered. The UltraDrive ME is available in four different models that differ in capacity and have a slight variation in transfer speed. All of the drives are 2.5" and use a standard SATA data cable. Even though Super Talent has done a really good job getting the information in the hands of consumers, there are a few things that should be looked at that are not on the specifications list. Super Talent is helping end users get the most out of their products by releasing firmware updates and a piece of software called the UltraDrive Performance Refresh Tool. The UPRT is basically a SSD defrag tool that is designed to defragment solid state drives while retaining your data. Price is always a concern when it comes to SSDs no matter how good they are. The UltraDrive series is priced fairly aggressively when compared to some of the other Indilinx controller products on the market. Looking at Newegg, the 32GB drive is currently available for 135.00 USD and the 256GB drive is 619.99 USD. Our sample 128GB drive can be had for 369.00 with free shipping at this time.

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