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|20th November 2008, 15:22||#1|
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Samsung 256GB SSD raises the bar
SAMSUNG HAS STARTED mass producing 256GB solid state drives, trumping all other high capacity SSDs currently found in the laptop segment of the market.
Samsung, which already supplies 64GB and 128GB SSDs for laptops, reckons its new 256GB drives are not just bigger, but also much faster, offering twice the performance of the firm’s two previous models.
With sequential read rates of 220MB/s and sequential write rates of 200MB/s, the new SSDs also purportedly come with erase cycles of 100GBs a minute, so the whole drive can be rewritten much faster.
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