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MyDigitalSSD Announces Bullet Proof 4th Generation (BP4) mSATA SSDs

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  1. btarunr

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    MyDigitalSSD proudly introduces the BP4, the 4th generation of their critically acclaimed and award-winning Bullet Proof line of solid state drives. BP4 SSDs feature SATA III 6Gb/s performance in 2.5" Slim 7mm and 50mm mSATA form factors to increase user productivity up to 70X. Backwards compatible with SATA II applications, the BP4 eliminates the bottle-neck found in stock hard drives; making them an ideal upgrade solution for many of today's Tablets, UltraBooks, Hybrids (HDD/mSATA Notebooks), and Desktop PCs.

    Unlike their predecessors, BP4 drives have been over provisioned for improved Random Read/Write performance and IOPS, extended performance endurance to reduce sluggishness as the drive fills with data, prolonged drive life, reliability, and low power consumption - all at the unequaled price to performance ratio synonymous with MyDigitalSSD Bullet Proof SSDs.

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    Features:
    • Unequaled price to performance ratio
    • 19nm Toshiba Type B Toggle NAND Flash
    • Large storage capacity
    • Easy installation
    • Improve boot up and application load times
    • High-speed SATA 6Gb/s (SATA III) interface
    • Backward compatible to SATA 3Gb/s (SATA II)
    • Withstand extreme shock and vibration
    • Support DDR3 I/O interface
    • Power management supported
    • NCQ command set
    • TRIM support
    • RAID support
    • SMART support
    • Three year replacement warranty
    MSRPs:
    • 60 GB: $64.99
    • 120 GB: $99.99
    • 240 GB: $179.99
    BP4 drives are now available at MyDigitalDiscount.com, Amazon.com, and will be coming soon to MyDigitalSSD retailers worldwide. For more information, visit the product page.
     
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    What kind of speeds though? Mushkin & Adata gives you std speeds in mSATA format :)
     
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    :DI bet they used a bb gun in the testing
     

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