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Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Super Talent Introduces Dual-interface UltraDrive MX SSD


Super Talent Technology today announced the new "UltraDrive MX SSD", which features a new dual-interface for both SATA II and mini-USB connections.

All those who need to replace the internal HDD of their notebook may first utilize the USB connector to create an image of their existing hard drive. Once complete, the drives can be swapped and the PC rebooted. In the past, creating such an image required an external hard disk enclosure.

More than just convenient, the UltraDrive MX also features the JMicron 616 which enables this SSD to reach an impressive 250MB/s Read and 180MB/s Write speeds. The UltraDrive MX also supports the latest GC and Trim features designed to keep this SSD running at optimum performance for the life of the drive.

The new UltraDrive MX represents a premium consumer offering and fits between Super Talent's Value Line and Enterprise SSD offerings. The UltraDrive MX will begin shipping September 1st and will be available in 60GB, 120GB, 240 and 480GB capacities.


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