Saturday, August 20, 2005

Update on Solid State Hard Drive Technology

Behold, the i-RAM1, a doo-hickie that plugs into a PCI slot and accepts up to four 2GB RAM modules, masquerading on your OS as a hard disk. It suffers from a bit of kludgery, though, as it requires a battery to keep the contents alive (it's RAM, after all, not Flash memory).

Previous Junk on Solid State Drive Technology:
Sweet [ holographic data storage ]
It's About Stinkin' Time [ solid state hard disk with SATA interface ]
1. Via Akihabara.

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