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Crucial M225 2.5” 256GB Solid-State Drive review - Crucial M225 2.5” 256GB Solid-State Drive review
Tue, January 19 2010 | 4:03PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The benefits of an SSD drive are clear with high read speeds, extremely high random access times and high sustained performance across the board. The Crucial SSD drive is available for $719.99 from Newegg today, making it a pricey but worthwhile purchase for those wanting the highest sustained performance at this price point and there are other drives in this series with lower storage capacities but the same technical specifications to meet your needs if you want a drive with a point. SSD drives are quickly becoming the drive of choice for hardcore enthusiasts wanting the fastest performance out of their system to boot up and wanting the fastest read and write sustained transfer rates.
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