Sandisk was the first to take advantage of the CeBIT exhibition currently being held in Hanover, Germany, in order to Announce the SSD drive Its new 64GB solid state drive (RT) is certainly not the only company to have introduced such drives as a number of companies, including Super Talent, PQI, A-DATA and Transcend have introduced and launched these drives at their booths. In fact, some even surpassed Sandisk and launched drives with a capacity of no less than 128 GB.
Super Talent Has launched A new series of SSDs, with a SATA connector only, will probably replace this Which it launched five months ago. The drives New ones Come in all Sizes Existing ones Industry: 1.8, 2.5, and 3.5 inches. will see Because Super Talent is among the few to offer SSDs to the desktop market. The 1.8-inch drives are coming In volumes of 4, 8, 16 and 32 gigabytes, the 2.5-inch drives come in the volumes of 8, 16, 32 and 64 GB and the 3.5-inch drives come in the volumes of 16, 32, 64 and 128 Giga -Bite.
The company said that the new controller of the drives allowing Data transfer at up to 28 MB per second. The new drives will hit the market over the next month and will be available to both major PC makers and private consumers, through authorized resellers and distributors worldwide. Unfortunately, Super Talent did not say what the prices of the drives would be, especially those of the 3.5-inch ones, so we had to wait for them to hit the market.
Also PQI Introduced At its stand are SSD drives in sizes of 1.8, 2.5 and 3.5- And in volumes Up to 128 gigabytes. However, unlike Super Talent, the information known about them was poor and the PQI did not publish data about the drives, as Super Talent did.
A-DATA Company Introduced Its SSDs, in volumes up to 64 gigabytes. These drives have read and write speeds of 45 and 35 / megabyte per second, respectively, and in the third quarter it will launch new drives with write speeds of up to 60 megabytes per second. also, The company introduced An 2.5-sized drive with a capacity of 128 gigabytes and a SATA connector whose marketing is expected in the fourth quarter. A-DATA also introduced a SSD drive with a capacity of 32 gigabytes in an ExpressCard version. Also Transcend Introduced Such a drive in a stall.