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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 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 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 Intros New LED-lit 23.6'' Full-HD Monitor

Japanese company Green-House is out with a new 23.6" display, the GH-JLH243SHB. This full-HD (1920 x 1080 pixels resolution) display sports LED-backlit illumination, which also thins it down to just 17 mm. Relevant panel specifications include 50,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 1,000:1 static contrast, 300 cd/m² brightness, 5 ms response time (2 ms GTG). The display includes 2x 1W stereo speakers. Display connectivity includes DVI, D-Sub, and HDMI. It is priced at ¥22,800 (around US $275).

Green-House Expands SSD Lineup with New IDE Drives

Japanese manufacturer Green-House recently announced lines of internal and portable SSDs. The company now announced two new IDE SSDs, in 1.8 and 2.5 inch form-factors. Both the 1.8 inch GH-SSDxxGP-1yA and 2.5 inch GH-SSDxxGP-2yA (where "x" is the capacity amount in GB, "y" being S or M, denoting SLC or MLC NAND flash type respectively) use the aging parallel ATA interface, and come in capacities of 16, 32, 64, and 128 GB.

The 1.8 inch drive's SLC variant offers read/write speeds of 65/55 MBps, while its MLC variant offers speeds of 60/35 MBps. The speeds of the 2.5 inch drive shows a simlar trend. The SLC variant provides speeds of 70/60 MBps, with the MLC variant trailing it at 60/40 MBps. While the 1.8 inch drive uses a ZIF ATA interface, the 2.5 inch drive has a standard 44-pin IDE interface. Sales will begin soon in Japan. While not exactly making a mark with its speeds, the SSDs could use durability and low access-times as their selling points for aging notebooks with the older interface.


Source: Green-House

Green-House Japan Intros New Internal and Portable SSDs

Japanese company Green-House unveiled two new lines of SSDs, the internal MLC-based GH-SSDxxGS-2MA (where "xx" can be 32, 64, 128, or 256, corresponding to the model's capacity in GB), and the portable GH-SSDExxGU-M. To begin with, the GH-SSDxxGS-2MA comes in the standard 2.5" form-factor. It comes in capacities of 32, 64, 128, and 256 GB, and sports a 64 MB cache. It uses standard SATA II interface, and offers read/write speeds of 220/140 MB/s.

The GH-SSDExxGU-M portable SSD on the other hand, comes in capacities of 32, 64, and 128 GB. It measures 117 x 72 x 10 mm (WxDxH), and weighs in at a pocketable 63 g. The connectivity however, is limited to USB 2.0 for some reason, with lack of a faster interface such as eSATA. Its read/write speeds are limited to 20/18 MB/s. Perhaps the only selling point is its higher durability compared to mechanical portable HDDs. With USB sticks already touching 64 GB capacities, choose with your wallet. The pricing and avilability for the two are yet to surface.

Source: Akihabara 1, 2
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