According to SabrePC, the MLC-based SSD will be available in three configurations, 60, 120 and 180 GB. The devices include a SATA 6 Gbps interface and promise sequential data transfer rates of up to 450 MBps for write processes and up to 500 MBps for read processes.
The published information also hints to a discount price of the drives, which are indicated to sell at SabrePC for $89 (60 GB), $149 (120 GB) and $234 (180 GB). As the drives are not officially announced yet, the devices are listed as "out of stock". We are expecting the 330-series to be officially announced late this month or early in May.