Computex has had many interesting releases this year. Among them, InnoDisk's 128GB nanoSSD. The device is a miniature SSD that can store up to 128GB; it appears to be roughly the size of a Compact Flash card, maybe slightly larger. There were no dimensions listed so the size is based on the video provided. The video provided some specification's such as a write speed of 160MB/s and a read speed of 150MB/s. Again, that information comes from the company representative that was displaying the device. Another interesting segment fo the video showed the device plugged into a "motherboard" that was vibrating. There was a clear plastic cylinder that contained some metal spheres which were bouncing around as the "motherboard" vibrated. The drive which was attached to the motherboard was not affected. There is no information on when this device will be come available or what the price will be.