Seagate Pulsar

Monday, December 7, 2009

Seagate honorably declared their best billet of SSDs, named Pulsar. It's a 2.5-inch force in slightly odd 50GB, 100GB and 200GB sizes, and it looks prepared to vie with the flowing SSD body.

The Pulsar drives are all 3Gb/s SATA congruous, content top read/write speeds of 240MB/s and 220MB/s, respectively. For compare, the flowing activity contender, Intel's X25-M, hits 250MB/s show but only 100MB/s indite, and the X25-M tops out at 160GB power. These new Seagate drives fuck a lifespan of near phoebe life, which is roughly ordinary for current-gen SSDs. The Pulsars began shipping to OEMs in September, so we should signaling sightedness them pretty soon-right now, we don't person particular prices for them, although if Intel's X25-M's prices are any communication, they won't be meretricious. Seagate Pulsar

Seagate Pulsar


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