Corsair appears to be SSD happy of late, launching the new Force Series today, just weeks after launching the Reactor value-line and Nova mainstream-line SSDs. The new Force SSDs leverage a SandForce SF-1200 controller and feature 280MB/s read and 260MB/s write times placing these SSDs squarely in the performance category.
LSI has announced three new software performance enhancers for its 6Gb/s SAS/SATA MegaRAID controller cards: FastPath for SSD I/O acceleration, CacheCade to enable SSD caches, and Recovery which uses snapshots to prevent data loss.
Super Talent today introduced its latest flash drive, the Encrypted USB 3.0 SuperCrypt Drive. It supports AES hardware encryption, and is available with up to 256GB of capacity.
Corsair today introduced its latest flash drive, the Voyager GTR 128GB. As the name implies, speed is the goal of this drive; Corsair found the GTR to be up to six times faster than competitor's drives in file transfer tests.
Western Digital today introduced its Studio line of external portable hard drives for Mac users. It has an always-on external display and supports FireWire 800. It is available now with 320-640GB of capacity.
A-DATA has just announced its USB 3.0 product lineup at the CeBIT 2010 tradeshow. Two storage products and an SSD were introduced: the NH01 external hard drive, the N002 combo flash drive, and the S599 SSD with SandForce processors.