Love how the ssds are moving along. This isnt the fastest drive ever but imagine not having to even have a hard drive in your HTPC.
The tiny sized drive can accommodate data capacities up to 32GB or 64GB compressed compactly within a small size less than the same of a U.S. quarter coin. Offering support to both standard IDE or SATA host interfaces, the OC177 NAND drive measures just 22mm x 22mm x 1.8mm, and is being sold with a trade name of DOC by Foremay. Initially, the drive is being offered in a capacity up to 32GB that will soon be increased to 64GB by the third quarter of the year. Featuring a read/write speed up to 70/40 MB per second
“Foremay’s DOC drive eliminates the need to have a “disk drive” attached to the computer motherboard,” commented Jack Winters, chief technical officer at Foremay Inc. “The DOC can be soldered directly onto the motherboard via its LGA or BGA pins