Micron RealSSD drives unveiled in 32 and 64 gigabyte varieties

James Allan Brady - Nov 28, 2007

Micron, though not a notable name of its own, are the owners of Lexar and Crucial, one of which you surely have heard of. The entire line of RealSSD drives ranges from 1GB all the way up to 64GB, with the 32 and 64 gigabyte sizes being the latest additions.

The two new drives are also targeted at notebook and desktop use utilizing a SATA II connection and sipping a low, low 2 watts of power. The 32GB model comes in your choice of 1.8” or 2.5” sizes with the 64GB model coming in at standard 2.5-inches.

They will be releasing an enclosure with the Crucial brand on it, which should help spread the SSD love to those not too willing to crack open their PC cases. Micron is also looking to the future with possible plans of a 128GB SSD drive, but first they need to get the prices and product out for their new 32GB and 64GB drives, which are expected to ship the first quarter of next year.

Micron unveils RealSSD Solid State Drives in 32 GB, 64 GB Flavors [via gizmodo]

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