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Taiwanese company PQI (Power Quotient International) augmented its SATA flash drive line with a 64GB model. The storage units, billed as the world slimmest flash drives, consist of 3mm-thin cards that hold huge amounts of data and plug into a Mac or PC using USB 2.0.

The company says these discs will have a transfer rate of 25MB per second, and will be highly efficient, consuming just a small amount of power. A frustrating part of this announcement is that the most important element of this equation, the cost of these drives, was not released yet.

PQI 64GB 2.5-inch SATA flash disk now available [Newlaunches]