Friday, June 3rd 2011

Mach Xtreme Unveils mSATA SandForce-Driven SSD and Macbook Air Upgrade SSD

Mach Xtreme is among those memory vendors seeing a market in consumer mSATA SSDs, a component reserved to OEMs for use on notebooks, before Intel launched the Smart Response technology with its Z68 platform, paving way for motherboards with mSATA slots that hold the SSD used for Smart Response caching. On display at Computex is Mach Xtreme's SandForce SF-1200 driven mSATA SSD that offers capacity of 60 GB. MachXtreme also showed off its Apple Macbook Air upgrade SSD, that consumers can opt for upping capacity and transfer rates, over the bundled SSD.
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WarraWarra
I could see a use for this.

Somehow mod my wifi router and get one of these in there.
The old school 2.5" hd in the wifi router is coming to it's end.

My satellite receiver could do with a bit more space as well especially at ssd speeds.
LOL no not direct ET or dish lame old stuff.
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