Tuesday, April 7th 2009

A-Data Introduces Intel X25-M SSDs

A-Data Memory introduced its first line of solid-state drives (SSDs). The company co-branded the X25-M series SSD originally manufactured by Intel. Information of the partnership between the two companies surfaced in February, early this year. A similar deal was also reportedly struck between Intel and Power Quotient International (PQI).

The A-Data X25-M SSD comes in capacities of 80 GB and 160 GB. Featuring the SATA II interface, the drive supports advanced SATA features such as Native Command Queuing (NCQ) with 32 concurrent operations. The drive uses multi-level cell NAND flash chips built on the 50 nm manufacturing process. The read/write speeds on this drive are commonly known to be 250/70 MBps.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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4 Comments on A-Data Introduces Intel X25-M SSDs

#1
crtecha
If they would just bring down the price a little. I cant see spending over 300 for a 80gig drive even if it is fast.
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#2
h3llb3nd4
costs are way too high... I would only buy it if I was as rich as Bill...
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#3
ZoneDymo
Man, how long till these things have a normal damn price.
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