128GB Hi-Speed Turbo Plus SATA Flash Disk Drive 2.5 Inch

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  1. liberty4all Guest

    liberty4all

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    ...only $4,760!

    http://www.memorydepot.com/details.asp?id=FD128GSATATURBOP

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    SATA Flash Disks offer a higher capaciity form factor for applications where serious performance & reliability is required. SATA Solid State Disk (SSD) based on NAND flash memory controller technology. This product complies Serial ATA standard interface and is suitable for data storage memory medium for portable system. By using 2.5 SATA SSD it is possible to operate good performance for the portable system, which have SATA interface.They use a standard 22 pin(7pin +15 pin) connector and offer the ease of plug & play performance, and are ideal for military applications where high capacities and reliable performance are essential.


    Description Turbo Plus 2.5" SATA SSD
    Interface SATA
    Burst Rate: 300MB/sec
    Data Transfer Rate Read:up to 60MB/sec ; Write:up to 45MB/sec
    Power Supply DC+5V±10% ; DC+3.3V±5%
    Power Consumption Read;210mA : Write:220mA
    Dimensions 69.9 x 100 x 12.79 mm (2.75 x 3.94 x 0.5 in)
    Environment ?Temperature:
    Operating: -10c~+70c
    Non-operating: -40c~+85c

    Relative Humidity:
    8%~95% (non-condensing)

    Vibration:
    Operating: 15G
    Non-operating: 15G

    Shock:
    Operating: 1500G
    Non-operating: 1000G

    MTBF > 3,000,000 Hours

    R/W Cycle:4,000,000 Times
     
  2. Inconsequential macrumors 68000

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    Nice! :p

    I want a 64gb for £200 with HD speeds and I'll so be buying one for my MBP!
     
  3. wgilles macrumors 6502

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  5. thegoldenmackid macrumors 604

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    bahhh...yepp I can see Apple updating the 160GB iPod to flash based....
     
  6. Czechmac macrumors regular

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    Ita nice, but the reading and writing speed is too low (samsung has 120/100 i think). Also, it will probably not fit MBP, as it's 12.8 mm thick.
     

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