InnoDisk Brings 128GB NanoSSD To Computex

Posted: Jun 4 2009, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:44pm CDT, in Technology News


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Data storage takes another step forward today with newcomer InnoDisk's latest offering to the Computex convention. Last year InnoDisk brought out a 2.5 inch 128GB SATA 10000 SSD card. Now they've outdone themselves with the unbelievably tiny 128 GB nanoSSD card. As you can see from the picture, it's drastically tinier than its predecessors while maintaining the same data storage capacity.

Looking at their SSD evolution display is like watching technology move forward right before your eyes. It's a little bit mind-boggling how fast things are moving these days. It won't be too long before you'll be seeing an even smaller version of this card in stores, ready to be stuck into all manner of netbooks, mobile phones, and cameras.

Companies like InnoDisk make me think that it can't be too long before worrying about storage space becomes a thing of the past. Eventually it is going to get so cheap and so compact that your average off-the-rack mobile phone will come with enough storage space to last its entire lifetime. The average person's need for space simply can not rise in proportion to the rate at which storage space gets cheaper and more compact.

Or, maybe it can. If games like Heavy Rain are the future of PC gaming as well as console gaming, we're going to need all the storage space we can muster.

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