Super Talent produces portable SSD22 December 2011 16:55:02
Solid state drives (SSD) are likely to become more popular over the coming months, as computer users become more aware of the memory devices' benefits.
Super Talent has become the latest memory manufacturer to announce that it has added to its range of SSDs.
The Californian company has unveiled the new Storage POD Mini, an SSD that is small and manoeuvrable enough to be taken to any location.
This means that a PC user can have instant access to a huge chunk of their data and media anywhere they go.
Super Talent states that the Storage POD Mini will change the way people think about external storage, as it incorporates the latest USB 3.0 specifications to allow it to be used with no external power supply. It has enough capacity to be used as either a back-up facility or for an individual's main storage needs.
This comes after the firm announced it has produced its fastest SSD to date – the SATA3 TeraNova.
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