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Intel releases a much smaller SSD
« Posted: December 31, 2010, 05:05:12 AM »

Intel releases a much smaller SSD
   


In another announcement that foreshadows the impending doom of the Hard Drive, Intel has created an SSD in a smaller form factor than any previously released model. The product, Intel’s Solid State Drive 310 Series, offers similar performance to current drives but at 1/8th of the size (51mm x 30mm...


 

   

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