SanDisk Solid State Drive receives Windows Vista certification (Press Release)

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SanDisk® Corporation announced that the Microsoft Windows Hardware Qualification Lab (WHQL) has certified the new SanDisk 1.8-inch UATA solid state drive (SSD), which is being used as a…

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Perfect. Now we need to see it scaled down in price. It’d be the best drive option for a UMPC too, especially considering that the $/GB ratio is going to limit the size of the drive for a realistic pricepoint, which means that it’d be optimal for small computing devices, not full-scale workstations or notebooks.

I want one!

Wooptydoo, who cares when it comes to MS latest memory hog and problem child called Vista.