Why no 3.5" SSD's ?

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Stuna2150
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i was wondering. i have seen dual platter SSD's (2 silicon layers in a raid 0) put into one SSD. (manufacture maid) and i was saying to my self.. WOW THATS SO SMART ! why not put 4-6 layers in a 3.5 inch drive !!!

other then that why dont they come up with nice sized SSD's like a 500GB in a 3.5' with the 200MB speed. it would be so nice

This person is in a serious relationship with technology <3

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wow i had no idea they made one.. but why so much !!! why not put one that has 6 plates and all together equal out to around 200MB read and write this way to lower the price ..

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Here's something you might find interesting:

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NICCEEEEEEEEEEEE !!!!!!!!!!
and only $235 (USD) for a 50GB vs. !
tad pricy but not bad at all ! how big is windows 7 when fully installed ?

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16GB for 32bit and 20GB for 64bit (according to Windows 7's system requirements)

http://windows.microsoft.com/systemrequirements