SSDs have the capacity, they have the performance and the availability needed to compete with magnetic hard drives. But there’s still one area left where vast improvement is needed, and that's in pricing. When you can get 2TB of space for under $150, who would want to pay four times as much for a fraction of that? Not many. Intel in particular realizes that and is tackling the problem with a No other price drops on their higher-end SSDs are planned. At these prices, Intel does have a chance to get their drives into many more machines, particularly laptops, where the price difference between hard drives and SSDs isn't as large and the advantages of SSDs can really shine.