Patriot Memory Releases "Warp" Solid State Drives (SSD) up to 64GB

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Patriot's Warp Solid State Drives (SSD) offer amazingly fast and reliable data storage solutions to consumers at an affordable price. OC3D Official Press Release
Patriot Memory, a global provider of premium quality memory module and flash memory solutions, today released their "Warp" Solid State Drives (SSD). Available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities, Patriot's Warp SSD's offer many benefits that are superior to traditional hard disk drives.

Built with NAND flash rather than traditional magnetic platters as the storage medium, Patriot's Warp SSD's offer faster read/write speeds, uses less power and are more rugged and reliable versus traditional HDD drives. In addition Warp's SSD offers Error Checking and Correction (ECC) as well as proprietary wear-leveling algorithms which ensure both data integrity and prolonged life of the SSD's.

"Solid state drives are the future of data storage," said Jay Meng, Flash Product Manager for Patriot Memory. "With so many advantages over traditional HDD's, Patriot's Warp SSD's will undoubtedly become the mobile professionals and enthusiasts first choice for data storage."

For more information about Patriot's Warp Solid State Drives and other memory module and flash memory solutions, please contact your Patriot Sales Representative or visit
View the range of Patriot Flash Memory here
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13-07-2008, 13:58:46

I wish to use some Mirror2 acrylic panel for my build. The major part of the sheet will be a simple window but I would like to use it also for a very window approx 1.25" by 0.5" but the size isn't the problem.

The mirror2 functions as a bi-directional mirror so during the day it will seem to be a shiny sheet but by night the funky lighting (hidden might I add) will make everything visible.
What I want to know is if I shape the small window to be on a curve similar to this |) will it still function properly?

14-07-2008, 21:33:25

Interesting idea, will try find out for you tomorrow! :D

02-08-2008, 03:36:15

Not that interested I guess I've bought from someone else as you haven't got back to me and no longer stock it. Shame as you've been good with my other bits.

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