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Green House Intros New 8 GB DDR3-1333 Memory Modules

Green House Japan released a pair of new 8 GB DDR3-1333 MHz (PC3-10600) memory modules. These consist of the GH-DRT1333-8GB and GH-DVT1333-8GB, which are 240-pin standard DIMM, and differ by the former having lifetime warranty, while the latter has 5 year warranty; and GH-DNT1333 and GH-DWT1333, which are 204-pin SO-DIMM modules with lifetime and 5-year warranties, respectively. Both kinds of modules are JEDEC standards-compliant, and run at DDR3-1333 MHz speeds with CAS latency of 9T, and 1.50V DRAM voltage.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Green House Intros GH-MUxAK Series Optical Mice

Green House Japan introduced a pair of wired optical mice, under the GH-MUxAK. The GH-MUSAK is a model with a straight long cable, while th GH-MURAK is characterized by a retractable cable that makes it a notebook companion. They are pictured below, in that order. The two have identical main-units, measuring 54 x 94 x 36.5 mm (WxDxH), with an 800 DPI optical sensor. With a cable-length of 140 cm, and weighing 66.6 g, the GH-MUSAK is priced at 750 JPY (US $9), while the GH-MURAK, with its 75 cm-long retractable cable, and 58.2 g weight, goes for 980 JPY (US $12).

Source: PCWatch

Green House Intros GH-PCF4AK Quad-Fan Laptop Cooling Pad

Green House Japan launched the GH-PCF4AK laptop cooling pad, with a unique quad-fan design that allows people to re-position fans a little, to target the right spots of the laptop's base, ensuring the best cooling. Pictured below, the GH-PCF4AK is designed for 12-inch notebooks (or smaller). The top surface has a pitted brushed aluminum sheet. One corner of the top surface has a detachable rubber bar, which can be used to elevate the laptop. The pad itself has two feet below, which can further step up the inclination.

Beneath it is a "+" shaped vent, with a 60 mm fan on each of its arms. The fans are suspended on rails, and can be slid along the length of the arms. The 60 mm fans spin at speeds as high as 2,000 RPM; even with four of these, pushing about 32 CFM of air, the rated noise-level is relatively low, at 21 dBA. The GH-PCF4AK draws power from just one USB port, its cable can be folded into a cavity on the back of the pad. Measuring 390 x 290 x 24 mm (WxDxH), the GH-PCF4AK weighs about 720 g. It is priced at 2,980 JPY (about US $36).

Green House Unveils the PicoDrive T3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Keeping itself busy, Green House has today released a new flash drive family, the PicoDrive T3. The T3 drives measure 54.6 (W) x 17.5 (D) x 11.4 (H) mm, they weight 8 grams, they feature a USB 3.0 interface, a rotary cap, and deliver transfer speeds of up to 60 MB/s.

The PicoDrive T3 drives are backed by a one-year warranty and come in 4 GB ($11.7), 8 GB ($15.3), 16 GB ($23.7) and 32 GB ($47.7) capacities.

Green House Intros PicoDrive Micro USB Flash Drives

Japanese company Green House introduced the PicoDrive Micro line of compact USB 2.0 flash drives. When inserted, the drives stick out just 9 mm from the port. These are available in capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB. Measuring 22.6 x 14.9 x 8.5 mm, weighing 3.1 g. Green House emphasized the term "Ultrabook" in its press-release, indicating that it's the Ultrabook crowd it's trying to woo, although flash drives of this size (or even smaller) aren't entirely new. The 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB variants are priced at 1,480 JPY (US $17.7), 2,980 JPY (US $35.6), and 4,980 JPY (US $59.5), respectively.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Green House Intros GH-SSDxGS-1MA 1.8" SATA SSDs

Japanese company Green House introduced the GH-SSDxS-1MA series (where "x" = capacity in GB). Built in the 1.8" SATA form-factor, the drives are available in capacities of 32 GB (GH-SSD32GS-1MA), 64 GB (SSD64GS-1MA), and 128 GB (GH-SSD128GS-1MA). The drives use MLC NAND flash, and an unknown controller with 64 MB DDR cache. Features such as TRIM, NCQ, and ECC (48bit/2KB) come standard.

Sequential speeds are up to 230 MB/s (read) and 190 MB/s (write) for the 64 GB and 128 GB models; and 220 MB/s (read) with 100 MB/s (write) for the 32 GB model. Backed by 1 million hours MTBF and 1,500G/0.5 ms shock-resistance, the 32, 64, and 128 GB models are priced at 10,500 JPY (US $129), 16,800 JPY (US $206), and 25,200 JPY (US $310), respectively. They are slated for mid-March.

Source: Hermitage Akihabara

Green House Releases a New Line of SLC NAND-equipped Flash Drives

Japan-based Green House Co. has now introduced a fresh family of flashy storage solutions, the GH-UFI-XSA series industrial-grade flash drives. Backed by a three-year warranty, these new drives measure 47.3 x 17.6 x 8.4 mm, they weight 10 grams, and feature a tough metal body, an USB 2.0 interface, SLC (single-level cell) NAND Flash memory chips, ECC, transfer speeds (read and write) of up to 20 MB/s, and an operating temperature range going from – 40 to + 85 degrees Celsius.

The GH-UFI-XSA flash drives come in 128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB and 8 GB capacities.

Green House Preps the PicoDrive Secure Flash Drive Line

Japan-based Green House Co. has today announced a new addition to its flash drive offering, the PicoDrive Secure family of drives with hardware-based AES 256-bit encryption. These drives measure 55 (W) x 23.5 (D) x 8.5 (H) mm, weight just 11 grams, have a USB 2.0 interface, and a capless design (retractable USB connector), and offer protection against autorun malware, and a read-only mode to prevent accidental data loss.

The PicoDrive Secure line will debut in mid-February with 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB models priced at about $85, $157, $226 and $298, respectively.

Green House Intros New, 21.5-inch TV Monitor

Green House has just announced the release of the GH-TV22JLHDK, a 21.5-inch TV monitor which features a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, an LED backlight, and a digital TV tuner. This widescreen also has a 5 ms response time, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, a maximum brightness of 250 cd/m2, dual 2.5W speakers backed by the SRS TruSurround XT technology, and D-Sub, HDMI and Composite connectors.

The GH-TV22JLHDK is backed by a one-year warranty and costs about $297.

Green House Releases a New 21.5-inch LCD Monitor

Japanese company Green House has this week added a new widescreen display to its product offer, the 21.5-inch GH-JAJ223SHL featuring a WLED backlight (draws up to 33% less power than CCFL LCDs), a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, and a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 (dynamic contrast ratio tops 5,000,000:1).

Available in black and white, this monitor also has a 5 ms response time, 250 cd/m2 maximum brightness, two 1W speakers, and D-Sub, DVI and HDMI connectors. The GH-JAJ223SHL is backed by a three-year warranty and cost about $224.

Green House Intros Two New Lines of Compact SSDs

Japanese company Green House launched two lines of SSDs for use in compact devices and embedded applications. These include the GH-SSD*S-H in the "half-slim" SATA form factor (where * stands for number of GB in capacity), and GH-SSD*S-M in mSATA form factor. The half-slim form factor is basically a half length SSD PCB with its case stripped out, which makes it a lot more compact. The two are further available in two variants based on NAND flash type used, SLC and MLC. The SLC variants come in capacities starting from 1 GB to 16 GB, including 2, 4, and 8 GB models along the way; while the MLC variant includes capacities starting from 4 GB to 128 GB, with 8, 16, 32, and 64 GB models along the way.

Transfer rates are different between each specific model. The the SLC variant, it's 29 MB/s (read) / 17 MB/s (write) for the 1 GB, 55 MB/s (read) / 34 MB/s (write) for 2 GB, 100 MB/s (read) / 65 MB/s (write) for 4 GB, and 120 MB/s (read) / 100 MB/s for the 8 and 16 GB models. Moving on to MLC, it's 34 MB/s (read) / 12 MB/s (write) for the 4 GB, 66 MB/s (read) / 24 MB/s (write) for 8 GB, 120 MB/s (read) / 45 MB/s (write) for 16 GB, 135 MB/s (read) / 90 MB/s (write) for 32 GB, 200 MB/s (read) / 170 MB/s (write) for 64 GB, and 200 MB/s (read) / 200 MB/s (write) for the 128 GB model. All drives make use of a Phison-made controller, with 64 MB DRAM cache. The drives are rated to have 1,000,000 hours of MTBF, and pack standard features such as TRIM command support and NCQ. They are backed by 1 year warranty.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

Green House Also Unveils GH-UFI Line of Tough USB Flash Drives

Green House also released the GH-UFI, a tough nut of a USB flash drive that's designed to withstand a wide temperature range, -40°C all the way up to 85°C. Its body is made almost completely of a ridged sheet of metal, which makes it tough, and protects it from the elements. It can also withstand mechanical shocks of up to 1,500 G. The drive uses the older USB 2.0 interface, SLC NAND flash memory, and provides transfer rates of up to 20 MB/s read with 18 MB/s write. With its cap on, the drive measures 47.3 (W) x 17.6 (D) x 8.4 (H) mm, weighing 10 g. The GH-UFI comes in a wide range of capacities, including 128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, 1 GB, 2 GB, 4 GB, and 8 GB. While prices weren't announced, we expect the price-per-MB value to get compressed in the lower-capacity models. The drives are backed by a generous 3-year warranty.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

Green House Intros Encryption-Enhanced PicoDrive Secure USB Flash Drives

Japanese company Green House unveiled PicoDrive Secure, a new series of compact USB flash drives that feature 256-bit AES data encryption. Measuring 65 (W) x 19 (D) x 8 (H) mm, and weighing just 11 g, the drives use older USB 2.0 interface. To keep data safe, the drive also features a password-based lock function that lets you switch from no access to read-only access, and full-access. The security comes at a price, however, with the 2 GB, 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB variants being priced at US $160, $230, $300, and $355, respectively.

Source: TechConnect Magazine

Green House Intros PicoDrive F3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Japanese peripherals company Green House announced its new PicoDrive F3 flash drive. It uses the USB 3.0 interface, and comes in capacities of 64 GB, 32 GB and 16 GB. The 64 and 32 GB variants offer transfer rates of 120 MB/s read and 80 MB/s write; while the 16 GB variant reads at 120 MB/s and writes at 45 MB/s. The drive measures 73.2 (W) x 19.75 (D) 9 (H) mm, weighing 13.5 g. Green House will start selling in Japan, where the 16, 32, and 64 GB variants will bear prices of roughly $71, $140 and $235, respectively.

Source: Softpedia

Green House Intros PicoDrive N 64 GB

Green House introduced a 64 gigabyte version of its PicoDrive N USB flash drive. Still stuck in the USB 2.0 era, this drive is designed to step up capacity for its physical dimensions: 54.1 x 18 x 8.1 mm, with no more than 7.5 g in weight. The PicoDrive N packs a trial version of Kaspersky Internet Security 2011. In Japan, where it's going to be initially launched, the Green House PicoDrive N is going to charge around US $206.

Source: Softpedia

Green House Intros Capacious PicoDrive Dual Pro Series USB 2.0 Flash Drives

Japanese company Green-House introduced a new line of capacious, moderately-fast USB 2.0 flash drives under the PicoDrive Dual Pro series. Available in capacities of 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, and 64 GB; the drives offer transfer speeds of 30 MB/s read and 24 MB/s write. Measuring 61 x 20 x 5.9 mm (W x D x H), the drives weigh around 9 grams. Backed by a 1 year warranty, the 8, 16, 32, and 64 gigabyte variants are priced at ¥3,280 (US $40), ¥5,479 ($67), ¥9,980 ($122), and ¥19,800 ($242), respectively.

Green House Readies New 15.6-inch USB Monitor

Green House Japan is introducing a new 15.6-inch monitor that draws display input from USB 2.0, making it ideal for display expansion without adding graphics cards. While not exactly optimal for graphics-intensive applications, the monitor should should serve ideal for businesses, stock trading firms, and other applications where a decent color display is all that's needed. The GH-USD16K is an LED-backlit LCD panel with just the USB input.

The GH-USD16K has a native resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, with 18-bit color depth (256K colors). It offers a static contrast ratio of 400:1, maximum brightness of 220 cd/m², 16 ms response time, and viewing angles of 80°/40°. Under normal operation, the display consumes just 5W of power. The company suggests that you can plug in up to 6 such displays on a PC for smooth display. More monitors would probably require an additional USB card/controller, even if there are free USB ports on the motherboard, since bandwidth is shared. Slated for market release in Japan next month, the Green House GH-USD16K is priced at an equivalent of US $210.

Green House Intros 32 GB PicoDrive N Flash Drive

Green House expanded its PicoDrive N series of USB flash drives with a new 32 GB model. This USB 2.0 compliant flash drive offers 32 GB of storage in a form-factor measuring 54.1(W) × 18.0(D) × 8.1(H) mm, weighing a little over 7 g. It is security-enhanced with access password protection, and bundles a trial version of Kaspersky Internet Security 2011. It is set for market release in mid-December.

Source: Akihabara News

Green-House Intros GH-JEJ223SH White 21.5-inch Full HD Monitor

Green-House is offering a white version of the GH-JEJ223SH monitor it launched last year. The 21.5-inch full HD (1920 x 1080 resolution) display is geared for gaming and video, which is complemented by 2 ms response time. Other panel specifications include 300 cd/m² brightness, 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. Display inputs include DVI, HDMI, and D-Sub. It is priced at US $237.

Source: Softpedia

Green House Announces New 3.5'' USB 3.0 Enclosure for SATA Drives

Japanese hardware maker Green House announced a new external hard drive enclosure that can house a 3.5" SATA drive, connect to it over SATA 3 Gb/s interface, and connect it to the PC over USB 3.0, ensuring there's no dearth for bandwidth. The GH-HDC3035AK from Green House measures 187 x 113 x 30 mm, weighing 360 g, and can take hard drives and solid state drives with capacities of up to 2 TB. It's also backwards compatible with USB 2.0, but at a huge performance penalty. Available in Japan around mid-November, the GH-HDC3035AK is priced at JP ¥2,980; around US $37.
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