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March 14, 2007

CompactFlash Tech in Hard Drives

SanDisk is bringing the reliability of solid-state technology used in digital media cards to laptop hard drives.

Solid-state memory has been widely used in Compactflash, Secure Digital and other memory cards, and has proven it's reliability under a variety of environmental conditions. Unlike hard drive platters, Solid State Devices (SSD) have less moving parts promising six times more reliability than current drive technology. The new drive will be available in 2.5" format, and will be displayed at the CEBIT show in Hanover this month.

Posted by covey22 at March 14, 2007 11:41 PM