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New Kanguru e-Flash Drive As Primary Disk

Last response: in Storage
November 19, 2008 10:16:38 PM

In the on going battle of new SSD/Flash drives being quicker then traditional platter based drives, i've been keeping an eye on, and waiting, for SSD to be reasonable availible for use. Seeing this new Kanguru e-Flash Drive ( anyone have any ideas on whether this would work as a performance increase (just for **** and giggles) on say the 32GB version if you ran OS, game etc.
a b G Storage
November 20, 2008 5:26:09 AM

Looks like a USB flash stick with eSATA added, if so it'll be painfully slow and stutter on file writes.
a b G Storage
November 24, 2008 12:30:12 PM

from the Kanguru Website

Read Speed eSATA: up to 75 MB/s
Write Speed eSATA: up to 25 MB/s

So I would expect it to run at those speeds :)