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Old 23rd September 2009, 15:08   #1
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When SATA interface arrived there were many who wondered how we ever stood with the clumsy PATA format and the large and wide cables. The SATA cables and connectors were just a fraction in size, but now, many years later, the market has moved on and even the SATA standard can feel clumsy. With the extremely slim formfactors that are becoming all the more popular the SATA connector size is starting to become a problem and the SATA-IO group has countered with mSATA.

The new specification is for a mini-SATA connectors that in low-profile format that will enable SATA drives even with the slimmest of products. Not surprisingly SATA-IO mentions the Solid State Drive technology when presenting the new interface.,9943.html
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