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Tuesday, 14 October 2008 13:16

Patriot launches its own EeePC SSDs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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32 and 64GB version


Patriot Memory
has announced its newest SSD series, the Lite. This new series is designed for Asus' Eee PC series of netbooks.

Patriot thinks that netbooks are getting quite popular and that it is important that Patriot is the one that will offer consumers the perfect storage upgrade for music, video and data files. The new Lite series SSDs are compatible with Asus' EeePC 900, 900 16G, 900A, 901 and 1000 series.

The new Patriot SSD series will be available in 32 and 64GB capacities, while the speed and performance is unfortunately still unknown. Lite SSDs should be available soon, however the price hasn't been announced yet.

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