Intel Tests Mass Storage Waters With New SSDs Tags: SSD Storage Intel Last response: August 20, 2008 7:12 PM in News comments Share Anonymous a b G Storage August 20, 2008 9:30:04 AM San Francisco (CA) - A growing number that historically has not been associated with mass storage products such as hard drives is taking advantage of low NAND flash prices and increasing storage capacities to move into a new business segment... Intel Tests Mass Storage Waters With New SSDs : Read more More about : intel tests mass storage waters ssds Anonymous a b G Storage August 20, 2008 7:12:31 PM numbers like 1000G? They don't make sense, especially when knowing that a human body can't stand more then 10G... so it literally means taking that flashdrive, and smacking it as hard as you can against a concrete, or brick floor! I doubt that the plastic/metal housing will be able to handle these stresses... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumNew build all SSDs for storage ForumNew Mass Storage WHS ForumNew System problem with USB/Mass Storage Devices ForumPoor RAID 10 Performance with new Intel 320 SSDs ForumMinor Hiccup on New Intel SSDs ForumNew Intel SSDs Represent 60% Price Drop ForumMigrate to new mobo/cpu- Intel Rapid Storage Tech ForumIntel Burn test now takes 12 mins each test with new ram More resources !