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Tuesday, July 03, 2012
KINGMAX Launches the MMP20 mSATA SSD


KINGMAX launched mSATA SSD MMP20, a storage medium designed to operate in tandem with your HDD as a cache drive as well as for small form factor systems.

The mSSD can be directly installed inside notebook on Mini PCI-E slot and is compliant with JEDEC MO-300B, meaning that it is also suitable for small form factor and embedded systems or tablets. It adopts SATA II 3 Gb/s interface and uses a controller which optimizes the flash memory management to maximize system reliability and performance.

Specifications:

- Capacity: 16 GB/32 GB/64 GB/128 GB
- Interface: SATAII 3 Gb/s
- Voltage: DC 3.3V +/-5%
- Weight: 7 g

Sequential Speed:
16 GB Read: Up to 70 MB/s Write: Up to 22 MB/s
32 GB Read: Up to 125 MB/s Write: Up to 40 MB/s
64 GB Read: Up to 150 MB/s Write: Up to 70 MB/s
128 GB Read: Up to 150 MB/s Write: Up to 120 MB/s


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