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    Default Samsung produces 128GB MLC SDD

    Two months ago, it was 64GB, today, 128GB! The 128GB drive has a promised read speed of 100mb/s and a write speed of 70mb/s. Performance, unfortunately has dropped since the 64GB versions. Expect to pay a couple of thousand dollars for a 128gb drive, Dailytech reports. These drives will be available in the first half of 2008.

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    well at least its fast, too bad it costs more than a top of the line system...

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    Indeed, in a few years, hopefully it will be cheaper. At least its not as expensive as the 832GB SSD which is supposed to cost "Tens of thousands of dollars"


    Id rather spend "Tens of thousands" on a Aston Martin :rolleyes:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gareth Hale View Post
    Id rather spend "Tens of thousands" on a Aston Martin :rolleyes:
    no kidding that or a down payment on a house...

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