Intel is spreading its solid state drive (SSD) wings with new models at the top and bottom of its range. The current lineup has three models: X18-M and X25M mainstream 2-bit multi-level cell (MLC) SSDs using a 34nm process, with 80 or 160GB capacities and 1.8in or 2.5in form factors. Then there is the slightly older technology …
Intel still can't get enough of their 80/160GB G2 SSDs out there - they cost more than they should months after release because of supply issues.
Intel's UK twitter account (@IntelUK) has squat to say on the matter, too.
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