Super Talent Ships UltraDrive ME / LE SSDs

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News Posted: Wed, Mar 18 2009 10:36 AM
Last we heard from Super Talent, it was busy offering up SSD upgrades for the stunning Asus S101. Now, the company is busy shipping out a load of solid state drives for the rest of us. Starting today, prospective buyers can get their hands on a tracking number for one of the many UltraDrive ME / UltraDrive LE drives.

As of now (right now!), the company's 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB UltraDrive LE and 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB UltraDrive ME are immediately available in production volumes. In case you're wondering -- and we know you are -- the former is rated for a maximum sequential read speed of 230MB/sec and a maximum sequential write speed of 170MB/sec, while the latter family is rated for a maximum sequential read speed of 200MB/sec and a maximum sequential write speed of 160MB/sec. Internal testing has also shown Sequential Read IOPS of over 13,000, Sequential Write IOPS of nearly 16,000, Random Read IOPS of nearly 7,500 and Random Write IOPS of nearly 6,000. Of note, the UltraDrive LE comes with a 3-year warranty while the UltraDrive ME gets stuck with just a 2-year warranty.

Channel/Retail Part Number

OEM Part Number

Description

FTM32GX25H

SX32B5X25H

32GB UltraDrive ME

2.5” SATA-II

FTM64GX25H

SX64B6X25H

64GB UltraDrive ME

2.5” SATA-II

FTM28GX25H

SX28B7X25H

128GB UltraDrive ME

2.5” SATA-II

FTM56GX25H

SX56B7X25H

256GB UltraDrive ME

2.5” SATA-II

FTD32GX25H

ST32A6X25H

32GB UltraDrive LE

2.5” SATA-II

FTD64GX25H

ST64A6X25H

64GB UltraDrive LE

2.5” SATA-II

FTD28GX25H

ST28A7X25H

128GB UltraDrive LE

2.5” SATA-II


The best part here is that these drives won't obliterate your savings account in the same way that comparable rivals will. The whole lot can be purchased now from NewEgg and SuperBiiz, with the UltraDrive ME priced at $205 (64GB), $128 (32GB), $379 (128GB) and $645 (256GB).


 
 
 
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tanka12345 replied on Thu, Mar 19 2009 12:25 AM

I can't wait to see how Supertalent stacks up to the rest.

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