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Intel X25-M SSD - Intel X25-M SSD
Mon, December 01 2008 | 8:33PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“Intel was always innovator in IT industry even if we don’t consider microprocessor manufacturing. Intel is “guilty” for many IT standards that we all use every day. Some of them become widely accepted and some don’t (BTX for example). SSD disks (Solid State Drive) are already for some time present among us primarily in notebooks (netbooks). Intel has in its portfolio SSD disks that stand out from the crowd (although it’s not that big crowd) because of their performances. Extreme and Mainstream series of Intel SSDs have made “quantum leaps” in SSD technology. Intel X25-M (2.5”) SSD that we got in our test lab belongs to Mainstream series…”
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