At WinHEC 2007, SanDisk announced that their new 1.8-inch UATA
solid state drive (SSD) has been certified by the Microsoft Windows Hardware Qualification Lab (WHQL). SanDisk's new SSD also scored
very highly on the Windows Experience Index, indicating that Windows Vista will run optimally when installed on the drive.
SanDisk Corporation (NASDAQ: SNDK) today announced that the Microsoft Windows Hardware Qualification Lab (WHQL) has certified
the new SanDisk 1.8-inch UATA solid state drive (SSD), which is being used as a substitute for hard drives in selected laptop computers.
The product also earned a high score on the Windows Experience Index, indicating that it is suited to a variety of Microsoft Windows
The announcement was made at the 2007 Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC 2007) at the Los
Angeles Convention Center, where SanDisk is showcasing its comprehensive line of storage products for use in computing systems. On
display at the exhibition are the SanDisk SSD products - which also include the 2.5-inch SATA SSD - as well as USB flash drives, the SD
card family, uDOC memory modules and other flash-based storage products.
If you'd like to read more, SanDisk's entire
press release can be found here.