As you might expect, both Inferno models feature wear-leveling algorithms courtesy of SandForce DuraClass technology, and they're bundled with a 2.5-inch to 3.5-inch mount for desktop installation. The drives are currently shipping in 100GB and 200GB capacities via your standard e-tailers, including Newegg, who has them in stock for $369 and $679 – quite a bit cheaper than OCZ's Vertex 2.
Of note, Patriot backs the Inferno line with a gracious five-year warranty, whereas most other companies offer three.
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