so whats the big deal here,so what we can finally buy a few MB/s more throughput over a slow PCi-E bus interconnect this year, we already know that antiquated limited write NAND Flash SSDs are reaching their limits already and IMO should have never been used as NV ram or at least retired and transitioned already given the http://www.jedec.org/news...ndard-wide-io-mobile-dram already exists today from several vendors Samsung etc and was known about years before.
the real question in 2012/13 should be so when will we get the real deal extreme power efficiency of "Wide I/O" Mobile unlimited read/write MRAM/FRAM/other real Dram type speeds and super low latency's of NV ram in Wide I/O form to beat even that current up to 17GB/s per single channel spec and beyond never mind the even faster proposed "Wide I/O 2" for general purpose mass markets at a reasonable consumer price ?
hell even ARM inc have a real "AMBA4" Open Specifications http://www.arm.com/produc...ache-coherent-network.php 1 Terabit/s bus and matching CoreLink DMC-520 Dynamic Memory Controller block's already being tested in the worlds foundries http://www.arm.com/images..._CCN-504_system_large.png ,
did the desktop dinosaurs BOD's sleep through all this while milking the PCi-E bus specs for all its worth as their general purpose slow bus interconnect
LOL at the down vote with no reply to counter the speeds and feeds i point out, so i take it you are happy with limited write slow speeds in 2012/13 Kingston want you to buy here then, if so i have a nice XT IDE mode 20gig hard drive for sale , that should suit you down to the ground, you are actually old enough to know what an "XT IDE mode HD" speed is i assume, the futures already here you just don't know it yet.