PC Stats mentioned an interesting statistic about the SuperTalent FSD28GC25M 128GB 2.5-inch SATA Solid State Drive, it can handle 1500Gs during operation.  Solid state drives are obviously tougher than their platter based competition, but 1500 Gs during operation is beyond tough and when you add the fact that it can operate under far hotter conditions as well, these drives will probably be showing up in places you would never expect electronic storage to survive.  Too bad they cost $4000.

“The benefits of a solid state drive will first hit the notebook markets, where shock and reliability, lower power consumption and an acceptance of higher costs from consumers makes an ideal ground for the introduction of Solid State Drives (SSD). From there, SSDs will eventually drop in price to the point where the desktop computer market embraces them. For the time being though, SSDs are limited to capacities of 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and at most 256GB. PCSTATS is pleased to have had the chance to test out Supertalent’s latest 2.5″ Serial ATA 128GB Solid State Drive – the Supertalent FSD28GC25M. The price for this SATA SSD is around $4,000 USD. ”

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