1.6 terabyte solid state drive drops my jaws

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16tb-ultra320-scsi.jpgBiTMICRO has apparently forgotten what decade we hare in and gone straight to the Star Trek era of storage. Their Ultra320 SCSI SSD holds a whopping 1,600 gigabytes of data and has sustained data transfer rates of 230MB/sec. That’s Star Trek, people.

Too bad this thing is going to cost Star Trek prices too; a terabyte will run you about $250 now when you’re buying platters. Solid state media is probably five times more expensive (look at the MacBook Air), and something special like this, ten times more expensive.

BiTMICRO 1.6TB SSD [Ubergizmo]

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