If it has flash storage inside it, you can count on SanDisk probably offering it. The company has a full line of memory cards, flash drives, and SSDs that it offers around the world.
Back at CES in January SanDisk unveiled its latest SSD called the G3. At the time, we didn't know how much the drive would cost or when it would ship. SanDisk has now announced that the SSD is available at retailers in 60GB and 120GB capacities.
The 60GB drive sells for $229.99 and the 120GB drive sells for $399.99. The SSDs promise sequential read performance of up to 220MB/sec and sequential write of up to 120MB/sec. Pricing at retailers will vary, expect to get the drive for less than what SanDisk is asking in stores.
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