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Tuesday, 21 August 2007 21:03

Fujitsu charges $600+ for a notebook SSD drive

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Pay up to get less space

 

American part of Fujitsu has a notebook that can take care of Solid State Drive. It’s great to have an alternative but if you downgrade yourself from 40 GB standard 4200 RPM hard drive to 32 GB Solid State Drive you have to pay $600 more.

 

Fujitsu is not the only one the others are using this opportunity to earn some bucks out of these over hyped drives but Fujitsu was the one that caught our attention.

 

Its not every day that you see $1400 notebook that weights only 1.2 KG and offers 5.5 hours of battery life and this is something that we definitely consider as a really nice notebook.

Last modified on Wednesday, 22 August 2007 03:12

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