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Thursday, 10 September 2009 13:38

Intel's value 34nm SSD comes in Q4

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Intel
has revealed its plan to introduce another 34nm flash drive and call it the X25-V. The V stands for Value and this will be Intel's first 40GB SSD drive. The introduction is scheduled for Q4 2009 and it should be cheap, but we don't have any more details than that.

Intel promises competitive performance that should help lowering the costs and we reckon they might be trying to sell them to notebook manufacturers as part of Atom or CULV platform, where price and battery life play an important role.

Support for Windows 7 should be available at launch in Q4 2009.

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