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Super Talent Introduces Industrial Temperature SSDs

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    Super Talent Technology today announced a new line of Solid State Drives (SSDs) that are rated to operate over a -40C to 85C industrial temperature (I-Temp) range. Super Talent SSDs are interchangeable with conventional hard drives but are significantly more resistant to shock and vibration. Moreover, these new I-Temp SSDs have considerably better tolerance of extreme temperatures than hard drives. Super Talent’s range of nineteen new I-Temp SSDs spans industry standard 1.8-inch, 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch form factor SATA SSDs, and 1.8-inch and 2.5-inch IDE (PATA) SSDs. These SSDs are designed and manufactured in Super Talent’s San Jose, California headquarters, and are backed with a three year warranty. Super Talent sells its SSDs directly to OEM customers worldwide. OEM pricing on SS28A5C25I, 128GB 2.5-inch I-temp SATA SSD, is under $4000.

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    These are going to be great for laptops. I want one.
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    WOW $4000 for an OEM? Im scared to know what the OEMS would charge the customers for it. Please when you release a new higher capacity SSD like this just sell it for the same price as the one before it and then lower the price of the previous version by Half Thats all I ask of you People. Otgherwise your not going to get a cent of money from me
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    who needs these thing to operate at 40C??? Theres no way a computer or other electronic could be working at that temperature...Whats the point?

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