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Posted by on Aug 22, 2012 in Hardware News |

Kingmax triggering into the SSD market for general consumers

Kingmax triggering into the SSD market for general consumers

More and more companies are showing interest in the area of solid state drives (SSD), following an inevitable adoption of technology in the short term, in a process that has been accelerated by the strange atmosphere around the market hard drives, which have seen its price rise dramatically, coming dangerously close to the SSD.

So, now the Taiwanese company who reappears with two new models of SSD directly targeted to general consumers, one for and one for desktops notebooks or desktop PCs. They are called SMU32 and SMU35 , are part of the line of Kingmax and come in varied capacities of 60GB, 120GB, 240GB and 480GB. Previously, we had seen another device on the same line: one 1TB SSD .

Performance wise, it varies depending on the amount of storage purchased (the more GB, faster), with the best available data transfer rates to 550 MB/sec read and 520 MB/sec in writing, getting to drive a Data flow to 85.000IOPS.

So far, nothing is known about price or availability, but as that used to make this company surely see these products in the Taiwan market and Japan in the first instance.

Link: Kingmax Releases Client Pro SATA III Solid State Drives (Softpedia)

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