Super Talent’s pretty much a byword these days when it comes to the world of solid state drives (SSDs), and the second generation DuraDrive ET2/ZT2 SSDs are slated to be another winner from their stable of offerings. While capable of delivering enhanced durability and performance when compared to the original, it will also do so while sipping less juice and generating less heat. This in turn would mean requiring less cooling compared to a regular hard drive, which would certainly help your system run a whole lot cooler and quieter. The use of premium NAND flash memory coupled with enhanced vibration and shock resistance certainly makes the latest iteration of the DuraDrive a purchase worth looking into, where it can survive even in harsh environments of temperatures between -40 to 85 degrees Celsius. Depending on your need, the capacities for this second generation SSDs will range from 16GB to 256GB, and are subject to yet unknown pricing.