Emphase SSD Touts "Self-Destruct" Feature
Transfer rates on this drive can reach 170MB/sec (read) and 90MB/sec (writer), and it's loaded with options for handling data in breach of security scenarios including data write-protection, secure and quick erasure, and data destruction. With these defense-grade triggers, data can be eliminated in less than two seconds through an ATA command or with the push of a button. Should the drive lose power during a protect, erase, or destroy command, the device will resume the command as soon as power is restored.
The MIL-SPEC S5 SSD is currently available in 16 GB-128 GB capacities, and with 256 GB and 512 GB models in development. No pricing is given, but with such a Go-Go-Gadget feel, we bet there's a pretty premium attached.