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.

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.

 

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