The company doesn't quote any hard numbers, but it claims the new drives offer "twice the data throughput at half the cost per gigabyte" compared to the first SSD it introduced last year. We tested that drive ourselves last summer, and our HD Tach tests showed respective read and write speeds of 13.7MB/s and 6.3MB/s. The highest-capacity 16GB flavor also cost $530, or $33 per gigabyte. That means Super Talent's new 64GB 2.5" SSD might have read/write speeds of around 27MB/s/13MB/s and a price tag around the $1,000 mark. We may know for sure in April, which is when Super Talent plans to release the new SSDs.