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Apacer Announces New Mini PCIe SSDs

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With the ever-evolving technology and standard of transmission interface, Apacer launched its latest mPDM (mini PCIe Disk Module) modular SSD. It adopts "One lane PCIe 2.0" interface to satisfy the application requirement of high-speed transmission. Compared to PCle 1.0, the broadband speed is boosted to 5 Gb/s and the product capacity reaches up to 100 GB, which will offer higher transmission speed and larger storage capacity for high-end application such as network storage or enterprise servers.

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Cool. When going for a really compact build, don't have limit yourself to boards with an mSATA port.
 
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so if im reading this right, this one will work in my wan card slot? finally, no more searching for a laptop with msata support