MyDigitalSSD has launched a new series of ‘Bullet Proof’ SSDs for the mobile market that use the new mini-SATA (mSATA) interface, introduced back in 2009 as a smaller yet speedy alternative to the standard SATA interface that can fit into increasingly thinner and smaller devices coming out into the market. Recent devices include the ASUS , Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E220s and Google CR-48 Chrome notebooks.
‘Bullet Proof’ SSDs feature the Phison PS3105 SATA2 controller and Toshiba’s original 34nm flash chips and boast read and write speeds of up to 270MB/sec and 200MB/sec respectively. A few other features touted – RAID and TRIM support, sudden power-off recovery, dynamic bad block management and SMART commands.
There are three flavors available – 32GB for $79.99, 64GB for $139.99 and 128GB for $279.99. You can head on over to MyDigitalDiscount to buy them.