You may "remember" recently that memory manufacturer Transcend busted out a 16GB ExpressCard for your flash-storin', no-moving-parts-havin' delight. Well, the gang is back, and this time they're packing 32GB of solid-state action and a serious "can do" attitude (note: the solid-state action is real, but we're just assuming they have a "can do" attitude). For $509 (according to the company's website), you can put your mind at ease by doing things like storing your OS and apps in one large, happy, non-volatile spot. The Vista compatible drive comes with a USB adaptor, for those not EC ready, and is available now.

[Via PCLaunches]

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