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Intel Launches Z-P140 PATA SSDs for Mobile Devices
Earlier this year, Intel thrust itself into the world of solid state drives (SSDs). The company launched the Z-U130 series of NAND flash-based SSDs which used the standard USB 2.0 interface.
Intel's Z-U130 product family consisted of 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB models. Performance was rather meager with read speeds of 28MB/sec and write speeds of 20MB/sec.
Not one to let a new product languish in a competitive market, Intel is introducing its follow-up to the Z-U130: the Z-P140. Intel's Z-P140 SSDs forgo the USB 2.0 interface and instead use a PATA interface.
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