Thursday, May 28th 2009

Super Talent Releases New Upgrade SSDs for Dell Inspiron Mini 9

Super Talent Technology today also adds to the broadest SSD portfolio in the industry by introducing faster and larger capacity upgrade modules for the Dell Inspiron Mini 9 netbook PC. The modules come in two form factors, the standard Half Mini PCIe form factor and Super Talent’s innovative Double Wide Half Mini PCIe form factor. Both families of products feature a custom IDE/PATA interface used in the Mini 9 netbook.
“For the first time ever Mini 9 users can upgrade their netbooks with a high performance 128 GB SSD without any case modifications. We installed the hardware in less than 60 seconds and reinstalled the operating system in less than 30 minutes. We started thinking about how we could better solve our customers’ problems, when we saw them posting videos online sawing their case apart to put in larger SSDs. So we innovated and invented the Double Wide Half Mini PCIe form factor to make upgrading to a high capacity SSD a whole lot easier.”


In Super Talent’s internal benchmark testing the Super Talent SSDs outperformed the stock SSD in sequential write speed by an impressive 7 to 1, showed a 2x performance gain in sequential read speed, and a 5.4x gain in random write speed. These products are available with both SLC and MLC flash.
  • FEM16GFDL 16 GB Half Mini 2 PCIe SSD MLC - $74.99
  • FEM32GFDL 32 GB Half Mini 2 PCIe SSD MLC - $109.99
  • FDM64GFDL 64 GB Double Wide Half Mini 2 PCIe SSD MLC - $199.99
  • FDM28GFDL 128 GB Double Wide Half Mini 2 PCIe SSD MLC - $379.99
Super Talent will showcase these products at the 2009 Computex Taipei show June 2-6, 2009 at Nangang Exhibition Hall 1st Floor, Booth J610.

Products are available for sale at http://www.superbiiz.com.Source: Super Talent
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4 Comments on Super Talent Releases New Upgrade SSDs for Dell Inspiron Mini 9

#1
Mussels
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"Double Wide Half Mini"

crap, thats a confusing name.
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#2
lemonadesoda
We started thinking about how we could better solve our customers’ problems, when we saw them posting videos online sawing their case apart to put in larger SSDs.
That's the kind of customer-focused service I like to see. +1 to SuperTalent
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#4
zithe
by: malware
Double Wide Half Mini
I can good english speak poorly for your happy.
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