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InnoDisk Intros 2.5-inch Hi-Speed SATA 10000 128GB SSD

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  1. malware New Member

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    InnoDisk today released an ultra fast high capacity solid state disk for high end applications - the FiD 2.5-inch SATA 10000. It delivers high-performance sustained read and write rates up to 110 Mbytes/sec and 90 Mbytes/sec, burst read rates up to 300 Mbytes/sec and supports Serial ATA 2.0-3Gbps a standard. With InnoDisk advanced flash management technology, FiD 2.5-inch SATA 10000 offers a random read and write rate of over 9500 and 550 inputs/outs per second (IOPS) for a 512-byte transfer. The FiD 2.5-inch SATA 10000 will be available from Q2 2008 in capacities ranging from 32GB to 128GB. The 128GB costs $3580 while the 32GB model can be yours for as much as $780.

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    WOW!! At those reasonable prices :eek: I think I'll get a couple..:laugh:.NOT!:slap:
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    hell yeah, this is what im talkin about... now all the small kiddies can buy one with their weekly paper round wage :laugh:

    Hells its expensive! :eek: but 128gb.. niice
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    overkil of a price
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    My complete computer, without screen, cost about the same as the 32Gb version of these. I admit the technology is sweet, fast and energy eficient, but they better DROP the prices, or they won't sell any of these to the end users.
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    signed.
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    3580$! Omgwtfbbq
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    maybe a second mortgage will allow purchases like these to happen. I Was hoping with all these companies releasing SSD drives...that prices would start coming down more... apparently still too expensive for folks...
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    im just surprised that none of these companies are willing to use leverage or take a hit in the beginning to get product to the masses. The first company to do so would dominate in sales, but then again i dont know the logistics of it all. At $28 per GB this stuff costs more than DDR2!
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    I'd like to see some 3.5" SSD drives for real desktop computers.
    Crunching for Team TPU 50 Million points folded for TPU
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    Hmm... QX9450 with a X38 and another HD 3850 and low latency DDR3 ram or a 32gb harddrive...

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