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Portable Storage And SSDs Will Soon Get Bigger

"Tuesday Samsung announced that it had begun mass-producing the industry's first 3-bit-per-cell, 64 Gb (8 GB) MLC NAND flash chip using 20-nm-class processing. The news follows Samsung's introduction of 32 Gb (4 GB) 3-bit NAND flash using 30-nm-class processing last November, and the company's 32 Gb MLC NAND using 20-nm-class processing unleashed in April." | more

OCZ IBIS HSDL Solid State Drive Preview

"OCZ tells us that the IBIS product family will be offered in a range of densities, as you can see in the chart above. We've tested the 240GB model that offers up to 720MB/sec max read throughput and 720MB/sec maximum write throughput. Of course, blazing fast SSD technology like this also comes at a premium, as you'd expect. With the average higher-end 256GB SSD weighing in right around $579 or so for a Sandforce-based drive or the likes of Micron/Crucial's 6G SATA C300 SSD, you're looking at roughly a 30 - 50% premium for the IBIS drive.

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G.Skill Phoenix Pro 40GB SSD rated  by 3dGameMan.com

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The G.Skill Phoenix Pro 40GB SSD is super fast and affordable. So if you are thinking about getting a SSD without breaking the bank, this would be a fantastic option. While a single drive performance is fantastic, a couple in RAID 0 is crazy fast! Also, if 40GBs is enough space for you the Phoenix Pro line is available in 80GB, 100GB, 160GB & 240GB capacities.


 

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Arrr, me hearties, Crucial booty!

Be a pirate and get some treasure by entering Crucial's Talk Like a Pirate Day sweepstakes.


 
 
 

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Sandisk Likes Them Small

What happens when our products are so small we can't find them?  blush

G.Skill launches new Phoenix Pro SSDs

Taipei, Taiwanー19th August 2010ーG.Skill International Co. Ltd., manufacturer of extreme performance memory and solid-state storage with solid quality, has today added three new capacities to its ultra-high performance Phoenix Pro series SSD, including 40GB, 80GB and 160GB models.

 
 
 

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SSD for Portable Operating System

A SSD for a portable device of any kind seems like overkill, but with USB 3 having a SSD for portable Operating System makes sense, because it's fast and secure depending on your situation. ICY DOCK has a new aluminum USB 2.5" SSD/HDD enclosure to fit the bill. They've written an article, which they asked us to share with you.

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