MyDigitalSSD has introduced a new series of “Bullet Proof” solid state drives
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MyDigitalSSD has reportedly launched a new lineup of solid state drives. Targeted towards the mobile market, these 50mm SSDs employ a Phison SATA2 controller and 34nm flash chips. The mini-SATA connector (or mSATA) featured in the Bullet Proof drives is an interface that was introduced back in 2009 by the Serial ATA International Organization.
The manufacturer claims that its solid state drives “are the perfect price to performance upgrade solution”, offering a storage capacity of up to 128GB. Reportedly, the SSDs come with RAID and TRIM support and can read at a speed of up to 270MB/sec, whereas writing speeds reach 200MB/sec.
Further features include sudden power-off recovery, dynamic bad block management, SMART commands and additional SSD monitoring.
MyDigitalSSD’s new Bullet Proof drives can be ordered with a 2-year warranty and ship in three different sizes - 32GB, 64GB and 128GB priced at about US $80, $140 and $280, respectively. According to the producer, these solid state drives are an ideal upgrade for Dell, ASUS, Lenovo and Google Chrome notebook/tablet devices.