recently published its list of top technology products of 2010, and coming in at No. 16 out of the 100 best in the world is the RealSSD C300 solid-state drive
. In a year that has seen a fair share of breakthrough technologies – Apple’s iPad and iPhone 4, the latest version of the Amazon Kindle, and Google’s Android 2.2 smartphone operating system, just to name a few – earning a spot in the top 20 is a notable achievement. And in the Best of 2010 subcategory of “Storage and Useful Gadgets,” the C300 came in at the very top of the list. In its description of the product, PCWorld noted
that the C300 “is the first SSD
we've tested to support 6-gigabits-per-second SATA, which enables faster write speeds because it can push more data through the pipe” and that it “delivered top-flight overall performance and the best write performance.” PCWorld’s editorial staff evaluates hundreds of tech products throughout the year, spanning the full range of offerings from smartphones and PCs to software and storage and beyond. Only the best of the best make it onto the prestigious top 100 list each year, underscoring the truly standout capabilities of the RealSSD C300. Some of the other products joining the C300 in the top 20 include Samsung’s Galaxy Tab PC (#5) and Epic 4G smartphone (#8), Google’s Chrome Web browser (#14) and Microsoft Office 2010 (#19). Make sure to read the full article
for a complete list of PCWorld’s 100 Best Tech Products of 2010.