Computex 2005: Gigabyte
This time it´s about Gigabyte that is the 3rd world motherboard vendor.
So, what´s that how do you think? An HDD cache. memory modules installed on a special SATA board that is, in turn, installed into a PCI slot (only to power, I guess). Of course, such a 4GB drive works much faster than any usual HDD therefore this solution is meant for video editing and other drive performance critical tasks.
In case of a soft reset or any other power failure when a motherboard is still "online", the HDD cache continues to work. When there´s no power at all, the solution uses a battery enough for about 10 hours, so you can still save your data. This DDR SDRAM based product costs $60 (without memory modules, of course).
And these are two security solutions. The first is a dongle for remote power off (protected sleep mode) with application hotkeys. The second is a fingerprint sensor and external/internal (3.5") USB, FireWire, Front Audio port replicator.
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