Super Talent 64GB and 128 GB MasterDrive LX Solid State Drive (SSD)

Solid state drives (SSDs) are becoming increasing popular, especially as prices drop. Super Talent now joins OCZ in leading the movement toward affordable solid state drives. Super Talent’s MasterDrive LX is available in 64GB and 128GB capacities in a 2.5″ form factor. As with other SSDs, the MasterDrive LX offer about five times better resistance to shock and vibration, support a wider range of operating temperatures and altitudes, consume less energy, and are absolutely silent.

Super Talent 2.5" 64GB and 128GB MasterDrive LX SSDSolid state drives (SSDs) are becoming increasing popular, especially as prices drop.  Super Talent now joins OCZ in leading the movement toward affordable solid state drives.  Super Talent’s MasterDrive LX is available in 64GB and 128GB capacities in a 2.5" form factor.  As with other SSDs, the MasterDrive LX offer about five times better resistance to shock and vibration, support a wider range of operating temperatures and altitudes, consume less energy, and are absolutely silent.

To ensure the highest level of reliability and compatibility, the MasterDrive LX underwent SuperTalent’s formidable arsenal of validation tests. The SSD is completely interchangeable with mechanical hard disk drives since they use the same SATA-II 3Gbps interface. Built with NAND flash, these SSDs provide read/write speeds that max out at 100MB/s and 40MB/sec accordingly. The lifespan of the SSDs are significantly lengthened by the integrated ECC, bad bit management, and wear leveling systems.

The 64GB model costs around $179, while the 128GB SSD is priced at the bargain value of $299. The drives a certainly an attractive option for the stocking of a tech-savvy individual this holiday season!

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  1. Woot! Sure am glad I didn’t drop 30 g’s on that drive I wanted a couple months ago! LOL

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