01 Green House opt for SLC based NAND Flash Drives

A Japanese manufacturer by the name of Green House has just released its new GH-UFI-XSA series of 'industrial grade' USB Flash Drives that use Single-level cell NAND chips.

A Japanese manufacturer by the name of Green House has just released its new GH-UFI-XSA series of 'industrial grade' USB Flash Drives that use Single-level cell NAND chips.

01 Green House opt for SLC based NAND Flash Drives

The capacities available in the new lineup aren't all that crash hot which isn't terribly surprising considering they depend on SLC flash – they come in sizes as small as 128MB; with 256MB, 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB capacities completing the lineup.

The GH-UFI-XSA series is USB 2.0 limited, but they should certainly be reliable enough and support ECC (Error Correcting Code) with a read and write speed of up to 20MB/s. The drives boast a durable metal construction and they run dimensions of 47.3 x 17.6 x 8.4 mm with a weight of about 10 grams. They will also happily withstand temperatures anywhere between -40 and +85c Celcius.

While the product page on the new GH-UFI-XSA series of drives is now live, we are yet to hear of pricing details.