Samsung has pulled a new SSD from its bag of tricks that uses Samsung's toggle-mode NAND chips. Those chips went into mass production back in November of 2009. The special NAND gives the SSD great performance.
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Samsung claims that the SSD is capable of sequential read speeds of 250MB/s and sequential write speeds of 220MB/s. The SSD uses a specially designed SSD controller Samsung made just for its toggle-mode NAND.
The best thing about the controller isn’t the read and write speeds, it’s the power savings. Samsung claims the SSD will extend the battery life on a notebook by as much as an hour compared to traditional storage mediums. The drive will go into mass production next month.