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Ralf Jurrien : February 6th 2007 - 23:35 CET
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HamaHama Solid State hard Drive : In the industrial sector or in the military, SSD (Solid State Drive) hard drives have been familiar for a long time now and have prevailed due to their extraordinary robustness and fast transfer of data, even in spite of their comparatively high prices. Those of you who are often on the go and don't always wrap your notebook in cotton wool may have already damaged a hard drive or suffered complete data loss. If so, you will be especially pleased with the new SSD hard drive, which Hama is now releasing on the mass market. The principle is simple. Instead of a rotating, and therefore delicate, read/write head, a controller and memory chips, similar to those found in memory cards, are used.
Solid State hard DriveShockproof Solid State hard Drive
This means the drives are shockproof and the access time is comparably much shorter than the latest standard hard drives. Two more advantages the notebook user will appreciate are the low and battery-friendly energy consumption (approx. 70% of that of a standard hard drive) and the low temperature, which means that fans, which are often loud, will turn on much more seldom. Hama is releasing four 2.5" SSD hard drives holding 4, 8, 16 and 32 GB, as well as two 1.8" versions holding 16 and 32 GB.

Hama SSD hard drive - Specifications
• Data throughput: approx. 56 MB/s reading speed, 32 MB/s writing speed
• PIO modes 0-4 and UDMA mode 4 (Ultra DMA 66 MHz)
• Fully compatible with ATA 5 specifications
• Ambient operating temperature -25 °C to +85 °C
• Ambient temperature in hibernation -40 °C to +85 °C

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