Sunrich Technology has announced a new SSD drive it will be showing off at CES 2008. The drive will be available in 4, 8, 16, and 32GB capacities.
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The drive is designed to work from the ExpressCard slot on notebook computers and is made so that the drive fits totally inside the ExpressCard slot. The SSD requires no drivers and is Plug-n-Play compliant.
Windows Vista users can use the SSD as a ReadyBoost drive for better performance. The SSD is said to have low power consumption as well so it won’t tax notebook batteries too much. There is no current word on pricing or availability of the drives. We can expect more information after CES 2008.
Via Sunrich Technology.