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Monday, 08 March 2010 11:11

A-DATA has new SandForce based SSD

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 2010: Available in April in 100/200 GB capacities

A-DATA is almost ready with their brand new Solid State Drives based on SandForce SF-1200 controller with eight memory channels. They are planned for beginning of April in 100GB and 200 GB capacities.

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Named simply S599, the new SSD has ultra fast read/write performance up to 280/270 MB/s.

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Its dark brushed aluminum finish makes it look pretty good, albeit good looks aren't that important when it comes to internal drives.

A new addition to A-Data product line is the NH01 portable hard drive with USB 3.0 interface that can offer up to 10 times higher transfer rates than USB 2.0.

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