Monday, March 8, 2010

Plextor Enters Solid-State Drive Market

Plextor Enters Solid-State Drive Market: "PlextorPX128M1S.jpgIf you've been dreaming of getting a solid-state hard drive, you now have a few more choices than before. Plextor has jumped into the solid-state market with the PX-64M1S (64GB) and the PX-128M1S (128GB). Both use Marvell controller chipsets and promise faster speeds for system boot-ups, application launches, and file transfers.

Each of the two drives has a 2.5-inch size and an integrated SATA II interface. Each is also bundled with Acronis True Image software for backup and recovery. The PX-64M1S delivers up to 110MB/s sequential read, 65MB/s in sequential write, and up to 4,200 random read IOPS (Input/Output Operations Per Second) and 1,200 random write IOPS. The PX-128M1S delivers up to 130MB/s sequential read, 70MB/s sequential write, and up to 4,300 random read IOPS and 1,800 random write IOPS. The 64GB drive has a list price of $225, while the 128GB has a list price of $400."
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