New version of the SaberTooth Z from Active Media Products

/ 9 years ago

The memory manufacturer, Active Media Products, has begun shipping a 64GB version of their SaberTooth Z mini 1.8” PATA ZIF SSD.

Measuring only 2.1 x 1.3”, this product is the ideal upgrade for laptops, presenting a large improvement over most of the actual 1.8″ HDDs with transfer speeds of up to 80 MB/s.

“We’re pleased to finally offer the SaberTooth Z in a 64GB capacity. We’ve had so many requests from our upgrade customers for this product. This advancement demonstrates AMP’s continued commitment to developing ever faster, more capacious solid state storage solutions,” said Jerry Thomson, Active Media Products’ VP of Sales

The SaberTooth Z allows for maximum flexibility in the upgrade as it accommodates a wide range of ZIF cable thicknesses and is 100% compatible with 40-pin ZIF HDDs.


Sequential Read SpeedUp to 80MB/sec
Sequential Write SpeedUp to 55MB/sec
SignalingParallel ATA / IDE
Connector40-pin ZIF
ControllerPhison 3016
Data Retention10 years
Dimensions2.1 x 1.3 inches (54 x 32 mm)
Operating Temperature0C – 70C
Input Voltage3.3V +/- 5%
Operating System CompatibilityWindows 7, Vista, XP, 2000; Linux, Mac OS 10.x
Capacities16GB, 32GB, 64GB

The product is sold either as a standalone or with an upgrade kit that includes a mini screwdriver and a USB-ZIF cloning adapter which allows the user to clone the contents from their current HDD to the SaberTooth Z without any reinstallation needed.

The new 64GB version of the SaberTooth Z is available at a price of $179.95.

Source; Product’s page

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