SanDisk has just officially launched the SSD SATA 5000, a 32GB, 2.5-inch hard drive that aims to replace its sluggish counterpart. Initial pricing starts at $350 (bulk).

The SanDisk SSDs can push 67 MB/sec in sustained reads, and have much faster random read speeds than traditional hard drives. According to SanDisk, an SSD drive can boot Windows Vista in as little as 30 seconds, and access files at an average speed just over a tenth of a millisecond

[via DigitalTrends]

SanDisk has just officially launched the SSD SATA 5000, a 32GB, 2.5-inch hard drive that aims to replace its sluggish counterpart. Initial pricing starts at $350 (bulk).

The SanDisk SSDs can push 67 MB/sec in sustained reads, and have much faster random read speeds than traditional hard drives. According to SanDisk, an SSD drive can boot Windows Vista in as little as 30 seconds, and access files at an average speed just over a tenth of a millisecond

[via DigitalTrends]