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  1. I own a Lenovo T520. After 3,5 years I decided to upgrade it (500GB HDD full, 8GB RAM almost always used up to 7,5GB). I was looking at this upgrade guide (http://www.storagereview.com/lenovo_thinkpad_t520_upgrade_guide). I bought this mSATA 250GB disk: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/ct250mx200ssd3 and installed it into the mSATA WWAN slot. My questions: I don't see a speed specification for this slot anywhere (the other transfer rate of other SATA is given as 6.0Gbps). I was expecting my mSATA disk to "fly" and it does not. --> Is the mSATA as fast as the SATA? Am I missing something? Should I rather have bought a SATA disk and installed it in place of the optical drive (for greater speed)? Any information will be welcome. Thanks!
  2. Kingston SSDNow mS200 mSATA SSD Line Adds 240GB and 480GB Capacities
  3. The Samsung 840 EVO is an mSATA SSD that is the first to hit the 1TB capacity point. Though it has a compact mSATA form factor, roughly a quarter of the size of a standard 2.5” SSD, it packs the performance punch of its larger siblings. Ultra-thin laptops have been limited in their storage capacity up until now. Taking advantage of Samsung’s advances in flash memory, the 840 EVO mSATA SSD will take portable computing capacity and speeds in ultra-thin computers that was previously unattainable. To get to the 1TB capacity point, Samsung uses a total of four flash memory packages, each having 16 dense layers of 128Gb TLC chips. Samsung 840 EVO mSATA SSD Review
  4. Samsung has launched an EVO line of mSATA SSDs with capacity up to 1TB. Samsung 840 EVO mSATA SSD Line Announced