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Thursday, 16 April 2009 12:38

Intel plans 320GB SSD in Q4

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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High performance X25-M


Intel just got to 160GB with its X25-M series of SSD drives and it looks that the company wants to double the capacity by the end of the year.


The current 160GB X25-M is a 2.5 inch drive, meant for notebooks or high performance desktops and it is developed in 50nm technology. The successor that comes in Q4 2009 will be feature a 320GB capacity, and it comes in the 34nm process.

This confirms our news that we wrote about a month ago here, but it is interesting as Intel wants to drive X25-M series for its high performance notebooks. The big issue of SSD's is the ridiculous price of the devices as despite the speed, the price is simply over the top.

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