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Old 10-10-2007, 12:21 PM   #1
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Laptop solid state hard-drives..........

Check out the video.........

**Click Here for Samung SSD Video**
(NOTE: This is a 21MB file)

The bootup and vibration tests are pretty impressive compared to a HD.

Samsung's Solid-State Drive (SSD) is an advanced NAND flash-based replacement for traditional hard disk drives, leveraging the company's longtime leadership in memory technology. This next-generation solution offers several advantages over rotating magnetic media such as significantly lower power consumption, remarkable ruggedness, high reliability, less weight and outstanding performance. According to iSuppli, approximately 60% of notebooks will have flash-enabled storage by 2010.

Key Features & Benefits
Reduced Power Requirements
No moving parts
Super-low operating and standby power needs
Extends battery life up to 10%

Fast Performance
No spin up
No seek time
No rotational latency
Sustained high-speed data transfers
60MB/s read, 40MB/s write speeds
Can cut boot-up time in half

No moving parts to fail
Greater resistance to shock & vibration
Operates in extreme temperatures (-20 to 80)

Improved Operation
Noise free
Virtually no heat emissions
Less than half the weight of conventional hard drive

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Old 10-10-2007, 01:33 PM   #2
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wow....i wonder if you can replace the magnetic hard disk with one of those when they come out. Would be useful for desktops too if the price isn't too high especially with the noise and heat issue.


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HELLA expensive right now though, something along the lines of 400$ for 32gb or 2200$ for 64gb

ill stick to 500GB for 100$ SATA drives for now

they are out right now:

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