Both drives utilize the popular Indilinx Barefoot controller; the larger drive is rated at 250MB/s and 195Mb/s peak read and write speeds, respectively, while the 32GB drive can reach 195MBps read and 75MBps write speeds. As with the two previously announced Nova solid-state drives, these new additions support TRIM in Windows 7 and come with a two-year warranty. Availability is expected to be imminent, but prices for these new models haven't been announced.
The 64 and 128GB models are currently going for $189 and $365 each. Looking at this prices as well as similar offerings from rival manufacturers, we could expect the 32GB model to sell for around $100 and the 256GB upwards of $700.
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