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Old 29th Jan 2013, 11:16   #1
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Intel unveils SSD 525 Series mSATA drives

First high-performance mSATA devices.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar...sd-525-msata/1
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Old 29th Jan 2013, 14:33   #2
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Pricing is really low for those drives actually. German stores allready have the 120GB-version in stock. Intel 525 Serie SSD 120GB for €139.90. The 240GB-drive is listed for €259.90 but not yet in stock.
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found one in the UK for 120. Finally something worthwhile to make use of the mPCI-E slot on my M5G
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The same German store also offers the 30GB model that's not beeing shipped according to the article.
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The same German store also offers the 30GB model that's not beeing shipped according to the article.
Bizarre: I mean, I *guess* "Wednesday" counts as "later in the quarter," but as of Monday Intel was adamant that it hadn't started volume shipment of any but the aforementioned sizes.
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I'd blame my 30 year old keyboard for dropping letters, but it'd be a lie. Damn IBM Model F, why you so reliable?!
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Now your keyboard is dropping whole words, don't you mean "why ARE you so reliable"? - you might want to get that checked out!
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Now your keyboard is dropping whole words, don't you mean "why ARE you so reliable"? - you might want to get that checked out!
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Now your keyboard is dropping whole words, don't you mean "why ARE you so reliable"? - you might want to get that checked out!
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Wait a minute. So urban dictionary is an acceptable form of defence against a grammar nazi?
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Wait a minute. So urban dictionary is an acceptable form of defence against a grammar nazi?
Urban Dictionary is an acceptable form of defence against everything, even if the stupid UK justice system refuses to recognise it as such...

(Incidentally, for an amusing UD-related story, try when IBM fed it to its Watson supercomputer and couldn't stop it swearing...)
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