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Wednesday, 11 February 2009 15:02

Intel super fast SSD to get to 64GB

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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February 22 launch


Intel
plans to launch its super fast SSD X25E and this time it plans to launch a 64GB version.

The launch date is February 22nd and the drive will cost an arm and a leg, if not even all extremities. Intel wants to sell it for $790 while X25-E in 32GB will continue selling for $410.

Some European sites have jumped the gun and have already listed the drive for a ridiculous 1049 euro or more, and you can check and pre-order them here.

Bear in mind that this drive has  insanely fast read speeds of 250MB/s and it can write at 170MB/s.

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