Sandisk launches 32GB flash hard drive

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The brand Sandik taking advantage of the drop in the cost of flash memory has launched the first hard disk 32GB solid, which will be mainly used in portable systems requiring work in extreme conditions. This product launches new possibilities for the world of modding, much more profitable to modify our boxes space.

The use of solid state drives based on flash memory at the expense of traditional systems involves several advantages. These projects include increased reading speed, the absence of noise -at lack Moviles elements, lower power consumption and, above all, greater reliability in adverse environmental conditions.

These features make them the most suitable units for portable devices of all kinds. However, their prices -even elevados- and lower recording speed remain a major obstacle to its dissemination.

Specifically, the unit presented today promises to achieve a sustained read rate of 62 MB per second and a random read rate of 7,000 inputs-outputs per second for a transfer of 512 bytes, which assures SanDisk- is a hundred times more faster than most current hard drives.

Regarding reliability, solid state drive SanDisk promises a MTBF of two million hours, that is, more than 220 years. The unit also boasts consume less than half of electricity than other systems.

The new solid-state drive from SanDisk, developed by recently acquired msystems, will be officially presented in Las Vegas next January 7, during the eve of the opening of CES.

Via: ITsitio.com