Intel 'Postville' SSD listings appear online

By Jos
Jul 20, 2009
  1. Intel has yet to announce its new “Postville” solid-state drives based on a 34nm manufacturing process, but rumors circulating for the past few weeks suggest a launch is imminent. In fact, listings for the upcoming drives have already made their way onto a handful of European sites – along with hope for reduced prices.

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  2. b1kshad0w

    b1kshad0w TS Rookie

    I was hoping this will help drop the price of SSDs. I've been dying to buy one but they are so expensive right now.
  3. same here!! =[
    I think it will take another year or maybe 2 for them to drop further in price.

  4. Per Hansson

    Per Hansson TS Server Guru Posts: 1,921   +178

    Actually the price has been falling about $100 every 4>5 months for the old X25-M
    I think (hope) we will see the same with this new one

    I think I will buy it as soon as it hits a reputable Swedish retailer at a non inflated price (The new model)

    Here is pricing history for the "old" 80GB X25-M in Swedish Krona

    And here is a Japanese review of the new model, you can use google translate if you want to read it
  5. windmill007

    windmill007 TS Rookie Posts: 308

    Go with the OCZ Vertex. You can get 30GB for around $100 and 60Gb around $200. I have a 60 and its so freaking fast. Intel's are way over priced and the vertex are better. I am getting like 200+MB read speed and around 150MB write. Amazing!
  6. Julio Franco

    Julio Franco TechSpot Editor Posts: 6,910   +546

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