MTRON announced recently that it has developed a new 128 GB SSD that is a replacement for 1.8-inch hard drives in notebook computers. The new drive uses a ZIF socket and will begin production in April.
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MTRON says the new SSD has a maximum read speed of 120MB/s and a maximum write speed of 100MB/s making it over six times faster than a normal 1.8-inch HDD. Like other SSD drives currently on the market the MTRON version benefits from shock and vibration resistance.
The SSD also consumes nearly 50% less power than a typical HDD. Steve Jeon, CEO of Mtron, said, "With our new 1.8 Inch SSD, Mtron has added another great product line as a leader in SSD market, which is expected to grow into ten billion dollars in 2012. Our new product is a result of careful market analysis and research for consumer needs, and we will launch our new product in April so that we can satisfy their need for high performance SSD products."
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