The company showed three SSDs, all equipped with SandForce SF-2281 controllers. The first, called Chronos, is a 1.8″ solid state drive while the Atlas is a mSATA one. The units are really similar and they feature transfer rate over 500MB/sec. These drives can be mounted in next-gen ultrabooks and that’s the target Mushkin is looking for.
A more interesting product is the Scorpion. It’s a PCIe high-performance SSD with modular slots. It’s possible to increase both capacity and performance adding dedicated SSD boards, up to 4. I apologize for the lack of photos, Mushkin has no press room and I’m not at CES. I suggest you to visit AnandTech to watch the disks.
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