Mushkin has additional a replacement solid state drive (SSD) to their vary on asserting the creation of the world’s 1st 480GB mSATA drive. Up till the launch of Mushkin’s 480GB SF-2281 primarily based Atlas mSATA drive; the previous largest drives were 240GB/256GB. The new Mushkin’s 480GB SF-2281 solid state drive is provided with Trim, ECC, SATA 6Gbps, and upgradeable microcode, with liquid ecstasy scan speeds of 540MBps, write speeds 425MBps, with 78K random scan IOS and 28K random write IOPS.
We’re excited to gift our latest Atlas 480GB mSATA solid state drive, demonstrating yet again Mushkin’s consistent ability to mix high performance, practicality, capacity, and low-power innovation. Keeping z-height as low as attainable and managing to suit eight NAND flash chips and a controller on an mSATA PCB was no straightforward exploit, however currently capacity-hungry Ultrabook and notebook users will transcend the 256GB mSATA barrier.