Super Talent unveils DuraDrive ZT4 SSDs

Super Talent unveils DuraDrive ZT4 SSDs

The memory maker Super Talent has unveiled the new DuraDrive ZT4 rugged solid-state drives that have come to retire the older DuraDrive ZT3 line. The new SSDs sport the uncommon 1.8-inch form factor and support the IDE/ZIF-40 standard. Designed for industrial use the drives measure 51.8 x 69.8 x 5 mm and offer 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB capacities.

All DuraDrive ZT4 drives come with 1 million hours MTBF, 110 MB/sec of read speed and 90 MB/sec of write speed, support for ECC/EDC and 128 MB of cache memory. Super Talent says the solid-state drives offer very high reliability and can survive 1-meter drops, 16G vibrations, shocks of up to 1500G and working temperatures that range from 0 to +80 degrees Celsius.

Pricing is unknown at the moment.

Source: Super Talent

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