Flash Drive Hops Onto Header

Oct. 11, 2007
Silicon Systems' SiliconDrive USB 10-pin Module plugs into the 10-pin USB 2.0 header found on most motherboards, thereby providing a rugged, solid-state bootable device. It's available in versions up to 4 Gbytes and

Silicon Systems' SiliconDrive USB 10-pin Module plugs into the 10-pin USB 2.0 header found on most motherboards, thereby providing a rugged, solid-state bootable device. It's available in versions up to 4 Gbytes and incorporates Silicon System's PowerArmor and SiSmart technology (see "Solving The Wear And Tear Of Flash Memory" at www.electronicdesign.com, ED Online 12120). Pricing starts at $199.

Silicon Systems
www.siliconsystems.us

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