Super Talent Launches SSDs for Asus Eee PCs

"Up to 64GB Mini PCI-Express Cards Give Eee PC Users New Upgrade Options"

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Super Talent Launches SSDs for Asus Eee PCs
 
Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of Flash storage solutions and DRAM memory modules, today announced a new line of mini PCI-Express SSDs, available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities, that were designed explicitly for the Asus Eee PC.

Standard Eee PCs have maximum 20GB of storage. These cost-effective upgrade cards offer up to 64GB of solid state storage. Super Talent’s Mini PCIe cards have been tested extensively with Asus Eee PCs to ensure performance and compatibility.
 
 
 
Super Talent Director of Marketing, Joe James mentioned, “It’s a natural extension of our SSD product range to offer SSDs for popular netbook brands. Solid state storage is ideal for entry level mobile PCs”. These mini PCIe SSDs are sampling now, and will be in mass production in November.
 
 
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24-11-2008, 08:27:39

Kempez
Of course the PS3 gets beaten by newer PC components, the GPU is just a modified 7900.
I will say that the 360's GPU is more advanced than the PS3's though so be careful what you say before scorning people. It's basically an earlier model of the 2900, sort of a pre-cursor. Also remember that the 360 has a dedicated AA engine which basically gives 4 x AA for 'free', the PS3 doesn't have this.

24-11-2008, 08:31:26

AdamLeyshon
I can't afford either so no comment ROFLz (<- wtf? lol far too much pepsi)

16-12-2008, 16:28:34

atarist



My mate sent it me over Xfire, it looks surprisingly real even though its an obvious render. Lol. :rolleyes:



just of topic here can you get good pics like that you have shoon on a stand allon 8800gts ultra.? or a ati x1800xt pci-e 256Meg.?:)

12-01-2009, 17:25:33

GavX
Remember though, with console games they can push hardware right to the limit, with PCs you can;t really as everyone has a different set up, ther is no generic "Gaming PC" so I imagine that is a tough hurdle to overcome, but yeah.. Crysis > GoW2, Halo 3, and dare I say Killzone 2?

23-01-2009, 16:33:48

Sihastru
A PS3 would normally be connected to a TV, maybe a HD one, 1366x768 or 1280x720. Even less graphical intensive games look better then they really are in that resolution. Worst looking things look better on an HDTV, better ones look worse. All the eye candy gets lost in "translation".

Anyway GoW2 offers a nice gameplay and is acceptable as a package. But I wouldn't go so far as to compare it to some of the most graphically intensive games on the PC.

31-01-2009, 23:08:59

aok
What did you expect?
Console gamers don't see true performance and gfx from the pc.

01-02-2009, 04:09:28

HypoglossalXII
This is usually the case when you deal with fanboi's ;)

-HypoG

04-02-2009, 04:33:19

Lynx

A PS3 would normally be connected to a TV, maybe a HD one, 1366x768 or 1280x720.



1080p?
Ive got an xbox 360 hooked up to a 1920x1080 24" 2ms..
true my pc graphics are better, but don't forget all console games are programmed for that EXACT spec :)

06-02-2009, 10:23:26

moogle

1080p?
Ive got an xbox 360 hooked up to a 1920x1080 24" 2ms..
true my pc graphics are better, but don't forget all console games are programmed for that EXACT spec :)



Also don't forget all those gpu intensive games are rendered at lower res then upscaled (on the 360 afaik). The only true 1080p games you'll be playing is tennis or rayman rabbids :D

14-03-2009, 13:03:06

FATRAY
Anything that uses the Unreal engine looks beautiful.
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