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Thursday, 04 December 2008 13:19

OCZ's new Solid series SSD listed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The 250GB one

OCZ's newest addition to the mainstream SSD Solid series has been listed online. Previously, when OCZ announced its Solid series, it was available in 30, 60 and 120GB capacities, but it looks like OCZ has decided to silently introduce the 250GB version.

The new drive should have the same write and read speeds of 90 and 155MB/s, and it is still the same 100 x 70 x 9.3mm, 2.5-inch drive. In addition to the standard SATA port, the Solid series also has a mini-USB port for firmware updates.

Unfortunately, unlike the 30GB version which sells for €73 in Europe, or the 120GB version which sells for €271,50, the new 250GB will still cost you an arm and a leg, as it is listed at €609.16. It sounds a bit pricey, but it is still the cheapest 250GB SSD around.

You can find it listed here.
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Last modified on Friday, 05 December 2008 06:15

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