Intel debuts the 320 Series solid state drives

Intel Corporation has launched its third-generation 320 Series solid-state drives, which is based on 25-nanometer (nm) NAND flash memory and proprietary firmware and controller. The drives feature a SATA 3.0 Gbps interface, include 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard capabilities, a MTBF of 1.2 million hours and are available in both 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch form factors.

The new Intel SSD 320 series offers up to 270 MB/s reading and  up to 220 MB/s writing speeds and come in 40 GB($89), 80GB($159), 120GB($209), 160GB($289) and new higher capacity 300GB($529) and 600GB($1,069) versions (price based on 1,000-unit quantities).

Intel 320 Series SSD

Intel 320 Series SSD

Source: Intel

Related posts

Gigabyte unveils the Aero 14 performance notebook

Gigabyte unveils the Aero 14 performance notebook

The Taiwanese hardware maker Gigabyte has unveiled a new high-performance notebook that has been designed for gamers and professionals. The notebook is called Aero 14 and hints of low weight too as well as of a 14-inch display. If you thought exactly this, then you would be right. The...

Glow Hockey – fun, fun and more fun!

Have you ever played hockey? No, not ice hockey, but hockey, which you play at home or at one of those large shopping malls. In case you haven’t then prepare for a surprise, for a really nice surprise! Glow Hockey, a free app on Google Play, takes you to a virtual hockey...

AMD plans new Radeon HD 7000-series graphics cards this year

The ailing chip company AMD has announced the upcoming release of a number of new Radeon HD 7000-series graphics cards expected to hit the market in H1 2013. This move likely comes due to intense pressure from NVIDIA which today launched the GeForce GTX Titan - a new single-GPU...

Leave a comment