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Default Liqid and Kingston build a 2.5" SSD with 3.6 GB/s speed

Intriguing news keeps coming from this year's Flash Memory Summit. Yesterday, Samsung announced 64-layer V-NAND. Today, Kingston and industry newcomer Liqid announced that they've collaborated to make what they call the world's fastest 2.5" solid-state drive.

http://techreport.com/news/30504/liq...3-6-gb-s-speed
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