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Submission + - Toshiba Begins Selling MacBook Air SSD (computerworld.com)

Lucas123 writes: Toshiba has made the solid state drive used in the new MacBook Air generally available for use by equipment manufacturers. At just 2.2mm thick, the company said the drive represents a new form factor that is about one-third the thickness of a thin hard disk drive and that is 42% smaller than even a mini-SATA SSD module. The new Blade X-gale SSD series has a maximum throughput of 220MB/sec. and can store up to 256GB of data.
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Toshiba Begins Selling MacBook Air SSD

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