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Super Talent Announces 16GB IDE Flash Drive


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Super Talent Technology, today announced a 16GB solid state disk (SSD) that is fully compatible with industry standard 1.8" notebook IDE drives. Super Talent SSD's employ an industry standard 44-pin IDE connector that is pin compatible with laptop IDE drives. Moreover, they have the same physical dimensions as standard 1.8" IDE laptop drives, making them an easy drop-in replacement for a conventional hard drive. Super Talent offers these flash drives in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacities with typical 17MB/sec data transfer speeds. These products are available in industrial temperature range and with aluminum casing for greatest durability; or commercial temperature range and plastic casing for lowest cost and lightest weight. All six products have already been validated in leading laptop computers, and will be available this month from Super Talent.

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Let's hope the price is low, I wanted a 20gig solid state SATA drive but the price tag was in the thousands...