Here's a lovely leaked Intel SSD roadmap – thank you engadget – showing six 25nm products coming plus two more 34nm single-level cell speedsters by the end of the year. Intel's SSD range is moving from 34nm process geometry to 25nm geometry. The previous X25 and X18 branding has changed to 300, 500 and 700 brands and the most …
The 720 is the most interesting.
I was underwhelmed by OCZ's RevoDrive (three failed units in a row convinced me they were not to be trusted as data storage devices) - now that Intel is coming out with a PCIe SSD (with SLC, no less!), I will be saving my pennies for the 200GB model. It will make a VERY nice boot drive!
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