Samsung Releases New Low Cost SATAII SSD

Samsung has developed low cost SATAII SSD’s. Specifically the SSD’s Samsung has been sampling are 30% smaller than 2.5 inch SSD’s, and are really cost effective. They come in low density sizes, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB and operate at a speed of 90MB/sec to 70MB/sec. Read the full article at Engadet

Samsung has developed low cost SATAII SSD’s. Specifically the SSD’s Samsung has been sampling are 30% smaller than 2.5 inch SSD’s, and are really cost effective. They come in low density sizes, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB and operate at a speed of 90MB/sec to 70MB/sec.

Read the full article at Engadet

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