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[* black] In order to achieve flash storage that's "up to 45 percent faster" than the previous model, Apple turned to its [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Inc._v._Samsung_Electronics_Co.,_Ltd.|best pal in the industry|new_window=true]: Samsung.
[* black] In this case we find:
[* red] Samsung S4LN053X01-8030 (ARM) flash controller
[* orange] Eight 16 GB flash storage chips labeled Samsung K9LDGY8SIC-XCK0
[* yellow] Samsung K4P2G324ED-FGC2
[* icon_note] We didn't run any tests to verify that the [http://www.macrumors.com/2013/06/11/macbook-airs-pcie-based-flash-storage-approaches-800-mbs-read-and-write/|PCIe-based|new_window=true] Samsung SSD is indeed that much faster than last year's Toshiba SATA module, but we can definitely say that the drive is smaller and not compatible with previous MacBook Air models.
[* icon_note] We didn't run any tests to verify that the [http://www.macrumors.com/2013/06/11/macbook-airs-pcie-based-flash-storage-approaches-800-mbs-read-and-write/|PCIe-based|new_window=true] Samsung SSD is indeed that much faster than last year's Toshiba SATA module, but we can definitely say that the drive is smaller and not compatible with previous MacBook Air models.