RunCore, a firm known for its SSD solutions for both the enterprise environment and the consumer market, has released one of the smallest SSDs with one of the biggest capacities. This gives it almost the highest data density yet, although of course it has trouble beating the densities found on mSATA SSDs, such as Mushkin's Atlas 480 GB mSATA SSD.
The SSDs will come in sizes ranging from 32 GB to 512 GB; this is in a 1.8" format for the Pro IV. It is just 70 x 52 x 5 mm in size, which makes it ideal as a high-speed storage solution for smaller computers. They also use the 40-pin ZIF interface.
The MLC NAND flash takes care of the storage, and the SSDs have read and write speeds of, respectively, 135 MB/s and 130 MB/s. Because of this, according to RunCore, the SSDs have a lifetime of around 80 years if the users write up to 10 GB per day. This is helped by the static and dynamic wear leveling algorithms.
Pricing for the 64 GB and 128 GB versions is at $139.99 and $269.99, respectively, with no word yet on pricing for the remainder of the units. There is no word on availability either.