They are actually EOL from Intel at this point. When they merged production of their memory with Micron they dropped their product line and let Microns take over. The advantage to the Micron modules is that they have higher capacities that are upto 8Gb and 16Gb will launch soon. The part # for the 8Gb module is MTFDCAE008SAF-1B1
The standard work arounds to boot XP from USB need to be used with these modules as well.
pretty cool SSD module but I would like to see a SATA version as well
will the intel SSD z-u130 work as the RAM or a Storage Drive?
i cant find it on sale onywhere online... is it out in the market? what is the estimate price (2 GB) and where is it available?
The Intel part numbers are as follows:
2gb model: SSDUSMS0004G1
4gb model: SSDUSMS0002G1
I am trying to confirm if they are end of life (EOL) or active and we can get more.
It seems like there is a lot of interest, so maybe we will add these to the store if the product is active.
If you look at my previous post I explained why they were EOLed and what the replacement part # from Micron was. These are not the easiest things to get on the retail market as they are sold through the embedded product channels. These USB SSD's work quite well with the JT board.
I have quite a few of these sitting around in 1, 2, 4, and 8GB models, that I want to get rid of if anyone wants to play with them. I will get an exact count tomorrow.