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Tuesday, 02 October 2007 12:31

Solid state is the ultimate future

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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For Notebooks

 

Intel believes that Solid state drives are the way to go and that more and more manufacturers will start accepting this technology. The SSD drives are still very expensive per Megabyte but in time this will change.


Molly Eden has confirmed that leading notebook manufactures will have SSD drives in their top models and later on they will offer these drives in cheaper models as well.


Currently high capacity SSDs, larger than 64GB, are reserved for the fortunate ones, as most of the models are limited to 32GB or some odd sizes such as 40 or 48GB.

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