The new collection consists of the conveniently-named 60GB F60, 120GB F120 and 240GB F240 SSDs. All three have a maximum read and write speeds of 285MB/sec and 275MB/sec, respectively.
Based on the SandForce SF-1200 controller, each of the drives are compatible with Windows 7 systems. Corsair also promises that there's "no drop-off in performance" when moving down the list from the F240 to the F60.
Pricing for the new Force SSDs hasn't been made public yet, but that will change when they're ready to ship in June. Solid-state drives aren't exactly known for being cheap, but some people are holding out hope that these might fit the budget a bit better.