Power Quotient International or PQI who introduced the world’s slimmest Flash drive has announced 2.5-inch SATA flash disk product line that features capacities up to 64GB. The device uses NAND flash memory chips from Samsung Korea. Flash disks, also known as flash-based solid state disks are the next thing in storage and will soon replace traditional hard drives as they provide higher ruggedness due to the absence of rotating parts. The flash disk will have a transfer rate of 25MB/s transfer speed and consume less power.
Pricing for the PQI 64GB 2.5-inch SATA flash is not known.
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