In early November 2009, ioSafe, which now also operates in Brazil, launched Solo, a fire and water proof hard drive. While we continue to evaluate the product, the company today announced at CES 2010 Solo SSD, a new line with solid state drives.
The structure and idea of the product remains the same. Your case ArmorPlate, very similar to that of Solo, withstands temperatures of up to 840C for half an hour and a submerge of up to 30 days in water with a maximum depth of 75 centimeters. According to the company, a building may fall on the drive and it will probably be able to keep its data intact.
The Solo SSD offers two USB 2.0 and eSATA connection options and is compatible with Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. It hit the North American market in February, with versions of 64GB ($ 500), 128GB ($ 750) and 256GB ($ 1,250). IoSafe Brasil already accepts advance orders for the product, but has not yet defined its official prices here.