Team will be dropping its latest SSD at CeBIT in Germany called the Xtreem-S1. The new SSD has 250GB of storage space and CeBIT will be the first time the drive is shown. The SSD will use a Sandforce processor along with MLC NAND for performance.
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Team promises that the drive is good for a read speed of 270MB/sec and a write speed of 260MB/s. That speeds are ten times faster than a typical HDD. The SSD also supports SMART and has AES 128-bit encryption for data safety.
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The SSD will come in 60GB, 120GB, and 250GB capacities. Windows 7 Trim command is supported as well and the SSD is 100% Windows 7 compatible. The SSD uses the SATA II 3Gb/sec connector and it can withstand shocks of 15G for 0.5ms without damage.