Solid storage for notebooks
Subject: Storage | January 4, 2007 - 05:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Tech Report has some information on SanDisk's newly announced 32GB Solid State Drive, designed primarily for notebooks. Not only do they give you information on the SanDisk drive, but they also provide links to info on the competitors drives.
"Introduced earlier today, SanDisk's new 1.8" SSD offers 32GB of capacity and can provide sustained data read
speeds of 62MB/s. That's a good deal speedier than Samsung's and TDK's SSDs, which have maximum read speeds of
57MB/s and 33.3MB/s, respectively."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Vizo Luxon 3.5" USB & SATA
External HDD Enclosure @ TechARP
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- Sytrin HDD Cooler SHF
1 Review @ Technic3D
WL-700gE 802.11b/g Wireless Storage Router @ HardwareZone
- Kanguru AES Flash Drive @
- OCZ Roadster 1GB Flash
Drive @ Overclock3d