Mach Xtreme presents extremely small SSDs

Mach Xtreme presents extremely small SSDs

The Taiwanese company Mach Xtreme, specialized in making solid-state drives, has presented a new family of extremely small SSDs that are as large as a postage stamp.

The new company products come in the DOM form factor and fully support the SATA 2.0 standard. Belonging to the company’s MX-DIY Series, the new SSDs offer capacities of 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB using SLC and MLC NAND flash memory. The drives reach 85/20 MB/s, 180/45 MB/s, 220/45 MB/s and 220/80 MB/s of read/write speed respectively. Mach Xtreme says they can work for up to 2.5 million hours (ambient temperature between 0-70 degrees Celsius) and support both TRIM and ECC technologies.

The pricing of the new SSDs is still unknown.


Source: Mach Xtreme

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