MemoRight Blazing Fast SSD Drive


All signs point to the slow demise of traditional magnetic, physically driven hard drives. The reason is that SSDs are incredibly fast, quiet, and power efficient. The only things that are barriers right now are cost and capacity. But the capacities are edging up and the cost is slowly going down. There will be a price point soon that will really accelerate that cost factor being driven down. MemoRight has put out a blazing fast 128GB 3.5 SSD that will help that evolution occur.
This drive hands down kicks the tail off standard drives. It’s not even close. Apps open almost instantaneously and games are only a few seconds to open.  Heck, you can install an operating system in half the time.  Here are the stats, compliments of benchmark reviews (this one is for the 2.5 64GB version, but u get the point):

Model No. MR25.1-064S
Unformatted Capacity 64GB
Interface standard 2.5″ SATA
Max.sustained write transfer (Mbytes/sec) >120
Max.sustained read transfer (Mbytes/sec) >120
Random IOPS @ 512 Bytes Read >9000 Write >500
Cache (Mbytes) 16
Bytes Per Sector 512
Media SLC NAND Flash
Reliability/ Durability
Non recoverable Read Errors per Bits Read <10-16
ECC (bit/528 Byte) 4
Write Endurance, 500 GB/Day (year) >10
Data Retention (year) >10
Power Consumption
Voltage 5V ±5%
Power (Watts)  
Warm-up 2.5
Sustained Read/Write 2.5/2.5
Idle 1.0 (SATA)
Commercial (C) 0 to 70
Industrial (C) -25 to 75
Military (C) -40 to 85
Nonoperating Temperature (C) -40 to 95
Shock (operating) 2 msec (Gs) 200
Non shock (operating) 1 msec (Gs) 800
Operating Altitude (feet) 0 to 40000
Acoustic (bels. Typical) 0
Physical Size
Length (in/mm) 3.945/100.02
Width (in/mm) 2.75/69.85
Height(in/mm) 0.374/9.5
Weight (lb/g) 3.527/100

Now, I priced out the 128GB 3.5 version and it costs an eye popping $3600!  But, you watch, that will come down soon.  And once it does, computing will be going through another evolution.