According to the numbers the company is quoting, performance doesn't vary based on the capacity of the drive. This means the entire range can reach a maximum read speed of 285 MB/s and write speeds of up to 275 MB/s. If Corsair can keep the price around $200 for the 60GB model it certainly could be a popular choice among users looking to jump in the SSD bandwagon with a fast drive for their operating system and applications.
The new additions to the Force family are expected to become available in June and will be offered with a two-year warranty. Unfortunately, no pricing information has been disclosed at this point.
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