Samsung Introduces 1.8-Inch 64GB Solid State Drive
Samsung Electronics announced at its annual Mobile Solution Forum in Taipei that it has developed a 1.8" 64GB solid state drive. The new flash-SSD is based on an eight gigabit single-level-cell NAND, which provides significantly higher performance over conventional SSDs.
The read and write performance of the new SLC flash-SSD have been increased by 20 percent and 60 percent respectively over the 32GB flash-SSD Samsung introduced last year.
The flash-SSD, a drop-in replacement for a hard disk drive, is a secure and reliable means of storing personal or work-related data. It uses instantly-accessible, non-moving NAND flash memory instead of the noisier, power-hungry, jarring-sensitive rotating disc found in conventional hard drives, allowing it to upload and download data quickly and quietly with minimal power consumption.
Samsung plans to start mass production of the 1.8”-type 64GB flash-SSD in the second quarter of this year.
- 64MB/s read speed
- 45MB/s write speed
- 15g weight
- 0.5W operation, 0.1W idle power consumption
Source: Samsung Electronics
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