Mushkin, long a trusted name when it comes to high quality memory products, has just announced their latest Chronos GO SATA 3 SSD drive which is said to offer similar levels of storage space compared to its predecessor, although you will be able to enjoy a far smaller footprint this time around, which should be great news for those who are always looking for different ways to upgrade their particular computing rigs while making things smaller and more compact.
The 1.8” Chronos GO SATA 3 SSD will ship in in 120GB, 240GB and 480GB capacities, although pricing details have yet to be confirmed as at press time. We do know that it will come with a smaller footprint compared to the previous generation, while offering performance and reliability improvements for users over other models. It was originally developed to be an enterprise-class drive, but somewhere along the way, it was re-engineered to deliver maximum capacity for the masses. The Chronos GO SATA 3 SSD will be able to peak at 560MBps with sequential write operations and 525MBps sequential read speeds.
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