Serial ATA 128GB SSD Review

In the race to deliver to deliver large capacity 2.5" Solid State Drives, Supertalent has already introduced and commercially released its products. Available in the range of sizes and capacities we mentioned, PCSTATS is pleased to have had the chance to test out Supertalent's latest 2.5" Serial ATA 128GB Solid State Drive - the Supertalent […]

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In the race to deliver to deliver large capacity 2.5" Solid State Drives, Supertalent has already introduced and commercially released its products. Available in the range of sizes and capacities we mentioned, PCSTATS is pleased to have had the chance to test out Supertalent's latest 2.5" Serial ATA 128GB Solid State Drive - the Supertalent FSD28GC25M. The price for this SATA SSD is around $4,000 USD. ($3,299 on NewEgg)

The Supertalent FSD28GC25M is capable of a sequential read speed of at least 60MB/s, a sequential write of 45MB/s and access times of 0.1ms. With no moving parts, the Super Talent 128GB SSD is obviously silent, it creates no vibrations and does not get warm during operation. In fact if the system didn't give it away, you wouldn't even know the Super Talent 128GB SSD was even in operation. Like any other Serial ATA drives, the Super Talent 128GB SSD is hot swapable (as long as the motherboard supports it).

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