Samsung sells solid state storage
Subject: Storage | December 14, 2006 - 09:43 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Future of Things has posted an in depth look at Samsung's flash based hard drive and also posts an interview with Don Barnetson, Director of Flash Marketing for Samsung. You can find out about why Samsung chose the mobile 2.5 form as the flash standard as opposed to 3.5, and when to expect SATA support.
"In May 2006, Samsung was the first to come out with a consumer 32 GB flash-based solid state drive for mobile
PCs, opening up the category for other solid state drive manufacturers. This article explores the solid state
drive technology that might replace our aging hard drives in only a couple of years."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Fujitsu 300GB
2.5' Notebook Drive @ DailyCE
- Bytecc Landisk ME-850 Review - BCCHardware's ChristNAS
- Scythe Quiet Drive HDD Cooler
and Silencer Review @ Madshrimps
- OCZ Dual SD-USB 2GB card - Just Say
'No' To Card Readers @ OCModShop
- Plextor Portable DVDRW - Slimline DVD+R DL @ BCCHardware
- How To Choose Archival
CD/DVD Media @ Slashdot
- Fujitsu claims first 300GB 2.5-inch SATA HDD in the world @ DigiTimes
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