Sandisk announces a new solid state disk for notebooks at the CES 2008.
The new slimmed-down 1.8 inch 72GB SSD is designed to be a drop-in replacement for hard disk drives. The new SSD SATA drive is just 5mm thick and weighs 40g.
It uses a SATA II interface and an industry standard micro SATA connector, and consumes only 0.85 watts in read/write mode and 0.2W when idle. Availability is planned for the second quarter of 2008 in capacities of up to 72GB.
PC manufacturers are expected to launch the new thin and light laptops for the corporate market later this year.
CES 2008 officially starts today. The flood gates to the CES show floor in Las Vegas will open and we get to see all the beautiful new TVs, gadgets and booth babes.
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