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Intel Adds Return Addresses to SSD Labels

The company said that it has added its return address to the product labels in order to comply with new regulatory requirements in the U.S. The company said that it will aim to deplete its old product inventory, but noted that there is a chance that customers will be receiving a mixed inventory of pre- and post-conversion SSDs.

The return address for Intel's SSDs is:

Intel Corporation
Attn: Corporate Quality
2200 Mission College Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95054-1549

The affected SSDs are:

Series 520: 60 GB, 120 GB, 180 GB, 240 GB, 480 GB
Series 525: 120 GB
series DC S3700: 100 GB, 200 GB, 400 GB, 800 GB

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  • xendrome
    Slow news day huh... ever post like this, further drops the credibility of this site in to even deeper negative numbers then it is already in
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  • LukeCWM
    Any news on when we can purchase the S3700 SSDs?
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  • SchizoFrog
    xendromeSlow news day huh... ever post like this, further drops the credibility of this site in to even deeper negative numbers then it is already inBad grammar and spelling reduces the credibility of your negative comment.
    Reply
  • Angry Bellic
    I have the Intel 520 SSD.
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  • Yeah this might actually be the last straw. I think I come here out of nostalgia mostly anyway.
    Reply
  • tului
    A link to the new regulatory requirement would be nice.
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  • boulbox
    Why is there so much people complaining about news?

    It's not like you will find something interesting on the newspaper every single day(maybe besides the comic section).
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  • freggo
    "new regulatory requirements in the U.S"

    Why did you not include some background info on this law explaining it's goal / purpose... and you'd have an informative article.
    As it stands it provides information that are meaningless to consumers of these SSDs.
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  • ddpruitt
    The company said that it has added its return address to the product labels in order to comply with new regulatory requirements in the U.S.

    Actually it's to comply with EU regulations. Intel doesn't specify what regulation, my guess is it has to do something with E-Waste.

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  • bigdragon
    Oh man! I bet this makes the new drives a whole lot faster just like racing stripes for economy cars! Zoom!

    On a more serious note, what moronic governing body passed this requirement law and why? Thanks for wasting my tax dollars and screwing up my future, grumpy old men.
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