Wednesday, April 22nd 2009

Buffalo Upgrades its Solid-State Drives to 256 GB

Buffalo Japan today upgrades its SHD-NPUM series of SATA solid-state drives to deliver up to 256 GB of usable storage space. Previously available with "only" 128 GB, the 2.5-inch drives offer mini USB port for external usage and also make use of MLC (multi-level cell) NAND flash memory chips. The drives will be available in Japan next month for the price equivalent of €630.

Source: Buffalo
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Mussels
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this just screams "look at me, we can do the same as everyone else!"
(Only a lot more expensive)
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