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Windows 7: Samsung unveils mSATA version of the 840 Evo solid-state drive


11 Dec 2013   #1

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Samsung unveils mSATA version of the 840 Evo solid-state drive

Samsung unveils mSATA version of the 840 Evo solid-state drive
At a storage capacity of 1TB, this drive is currently the largest mSATA SSD on the market.


Samsung's popular 840 Evo solid-state drive (SSD) has just gotten more versatile. Today the storage vendor announced the mSATA version of the drive.
mSATA is a design form that's much more compact than the standard 2.5-inch laptop drive. This means the drive can fit in more portable mobile devices, including ultraportable notebooks or even tablets -- as long as they have an mSATA socket. While mSATA SSDs are not new, the new 840 Evo mSATA SSD will offer the same capacity as its standard drive, up to 1TB, making it (for now) the largest on the market.
According to Samsung, the new 840 Evo mSATA SSD utilizes Samsung's advanced 128-gigabit (Gb) NAND flash memory based on 10-nanometer class process technology. This means that for a 1TB version SSD, a total of four flash memory packages are used, each package having 16 layers of 128Gb chips. The 1TB mSATA SSD comes in a thickness of 3.85 millimeters and a weight of just 8.5 grams, or some 40 percent thinner and just a twelfth of the weight of a typical 2.5-inch hard drive.


Samsung unveils mSATA version of the 840 Evo solid-state drive | Reviews - Peripherals - CNET Reviews


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11 Dec 2013   #2

Desk1 8 Pro / Desk2 7 Home Prem / Laptop 8.1 Pro all 64bit
 
 

Unbelievable stuff Andrew just makes you wonder where it will all end up. But I hate to think how much it would cost though.

Having said that though I find this out here they must have made a mistake as we pay premium prices as a rule. http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...aa4df500d0c186
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11 Dec 2013   #3
whs
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In 20 years from now, these devices will cost pennies. I remember times when a 100MB disk pack for a host computer would cost $3500 - and that was without the unit which was very expensive but only leased.
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12 Dec 2013   #4

Win 7 Pro 64-bit 7601
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
In 20 years from now, these devices will cost pennies. I remember times when a 100MB disk pack for a host computer would cost $3500 - and that was without the unit which was very expensive but only leased.
What scares me is that in 20 years we will have UltraMega3DHHHHD stuff that will fill that with a couple movies.

Or some ridiculous .docxxxx standard for Word documents that manage to waste 100 MB per page.
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12 Dec 2013   #5
whs
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Or some ridiculous .docxxxx standard for Word documents that manage to waste 100 MB per page
But it can all be recycled.
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15 Dec 2013   #6

W7 X-64 W8.1 X-64 Opensuse 13.1 W2003 Server
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
In 20 years from now, these devices will cost pennies. I remember times when a 100MB disk pack for a host computer would cost $3500 - and that was without the unit which was very expensive but only leased.
Hi there
Anybody remember these -- they cost a FORTUNE way back then !!! and I think they only had a floppy disc and a vey basic tape unit (cassette tape) !!.

Screenshot shown - but more pics at the link.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ol...w=1185&bih=553



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15 Dec 2013   #7
whs
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
In 20 years from now, these devices will cost pennies. I remember times when a 100MB disk pack for a host computer would cost $3500 - and that was without the unit which was very expensive but only leased.
Hi there
Anybody remember these -- they cost a FORTUNE way back then !!! and I think they only had a floppy disc and a vey basic tape unit (cassette tape) !!.

Screenshot shown - but more pics at the link.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ol...w=1185&bih=553



cheers
jimbo
Those were the modern times. Long before we had this one. It cost $160.000 for 10 to 20MB.

http://www-03.ibm.com/ibm/history/exhibits/storage/storage_PH0350A.html
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