CES 2005: Pretec is again about records
Pretec, which has always been making huge-capacity flash cards, this time announced iDisk Tiny 166X/266X USB dongles. The claimed read speed is 250% higher and write speed is 500% higher than read/write speeds of other solutions. Speaking of values, novelty´s read performance is 24.9 MB/s, write performance 12 MB/s.
The company says it made such a card using its proprietary technologies. But as you all know "proprietary technologies" might mean any hardware & software package. The novelty is sized as a standard iDisk Tiny: 32x13.5x4.5 mm.
The company also introduced iDisk II with 8 GB capacity and performance close to that of iDisk Tiny. At the moment iDisk Tiny 166X cards are sampling, while iDisk Tiny 266X with 39.9 MB/s read and 19.9 MB/s write are to arrive in H2 2005.
CU-Flash is yet another novelty from Pretec. It also supports 24.9 MB/s read and 12 MB/s write performance, but is 25% smaller than iDisk Tiny 21x11.9x1.9 mm. Currently CU-Flash series includes 16 MB to 512 MB cards, 1 GB models being scheduled to Q2 2005.
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