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Wednesday, 30 May 2007 11:43

PQI has 256GB SSD disk

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And 32GB with PCI Express interface 



PQI is going to show a 256GB 2.5" solid state drive at Computex next week. PQI also announced a range of 226x speed flash media available in sizes up to 16GB.

The 256GB drive has a rated transfer speed of 60MB/s and has SATA interface. Two 32GB SSD drives will also be on display, one in 1.8" form factor and one for PCI Express slots.

SSD is quickly becoming a popular storage technology despite its high costs. For notebooks and industrial usage, SSD is an excellent technology, as it's not sensitive to vibration.

You can find a picture of the 256GB drive here

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