ADATA announced the launch of the XPG SX300 and Premier Pro SP300 mSATA SSDs, which are geared towards users who wish to get the most out of recently released motherboards that have built-in mSATA sockets on PCs or laptops.
"ADATA Releases XPG SX300, Premier Pro SP300 mSATA SSDs"
To me, "release" means the product is available for sale and a price should be available. The article goes on to mention they announced the launch which is contradictory to the title of the article. This is my understanding of the terms. I might be wrong. I only point this out because I was excited for these mini SSDs and curious how much they would cost.
Finally, a little competition in the second-gen sandforce mSATA market. Mushkin has been pretty much the only manufacturer providing products in this category, and having more options is always a good thing. I just hope ADATA can also make their prices competitive. I've been looking at getting an mSATA SSD along with my next notebook upgrade in a few months.