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PhotoFast 1.8" G-Monster SSD IDE/ZIF

PhotoFast 1.8" G-Monster SSD IDE/ZIF


PhotoFast 1.8With key features of : Higher Performance, Lower Power Consumption, Shock Resistance, No Vibration concerns issue, Less Weight. /pp class="paragraph-smallspace" /ppThe excellent performance of 1.8" G-Monster IDE/ZIF will maximum reach of 80MB/s in sequential Read speed and 45MB/s in sequential Write speed even more than 140% of similarly sized traditional Hard Disk Drives. Moreover they supports different NAND flash including 2KB and 4KB page size SLC and MLC flash in both single and dual channel access to gain the best performance in market. /pp class="paragraph-smallspace" /ppIn the meantime, this SSD series also use less power consumption, typical operation current less than 200mA, Standby current less than 3mA. /pp class="paragraph-smallspace" /pp1.8" G-Monster IDE/ZIF is available in Asia (Japan and Taiwan) now. /pp class="paragraph-smallspace" /ppb1.8" G-Monster ZIF (Read 80MB/s ,Write 45MB/s)/b
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1.8" G-Monster IDE (Read 80MB/s ,Write 45MB/s)

PhotoFast 1.8bFeatures/b /pp class="paragraph-smallspace" /pp- Non-volatile Flash Memory
- Support True IDE Mode HDD Compatible
- Wear Leveling technology
- Low power consumption
- High Reliability
- BCN 13/24 bit ECC (Error Code Correction) technology
- Capacity from 16GB to 64GB
- DOS/WinCE/Linux/WinXP/Vista bootable
- Support PIO mode 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6
- Ultra DMA 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6
- Support SMART commend set
- Support ATA security commend set /pp class="paragraph-smallspace" /ppbSpecifications/b /pp class="paragraph-smallspace" /ppdiv align="center"img src="" border="0" alt="PhotoFast 1.8" G-Monster SSD IDE/ZIF" />


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