Intel hasn't announced it yet, but the company's newest SSD product has leaked to a few European online stores-- a 64 GB version of the company's X-25E line of solid-state drives.
With an 80 GB SSD priced at nearly $400, will the move be enough to woo consumer interest toward Intel’s speedy solid-state technology?
If the operating system runs bigger than Vista, consumers could say “thanks, but no thanks” to the marriage of solid-state drives and Netbooks.
As the market for NAND Flash stabilizes in the latter half of the year, consumer and enterprise demand for solid-state drives is expected to surpass hard drives.
Details are scant, but Intel has leaked the news that eight new solid-state drives are on the way come summertime.
The company claims massive performance benefits for its new SSD optimizer, but is this “free-space optimizer” just a bottle of solid-state snake oil?
A weakened Flash memory market is expected to be hit hard by dropping sales figures and growth rates for consumer devices in 2009. And don’t expect solid-state drives to save the day.
And the coolest part? You can switch between the seven supported RAID modes with a simple hardware switch. Take that, bulky RAID configuration screens!
There's no doubt that SSD drives are improving day to day. One major area that SSD manufacturers are focusing on is drive capacity.
Which version of Windows will help push your SSDs to maximum speeds? Nothing you’d be able to find in the stores right now!