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Old 10th January 2009, 14:50   #1
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Default Kingston in bed with Intel for high speed SSD

SSDNow E Series mainly targets at corporation users, featuring 32GB single-level cell drive and read/write speed of 250/170MB per second. With MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) of 2 million hours, its maximum power consumption is 2.4W Active, while as low as 0.06W Sleep. The performance of E Series can be compared to Intel X25-E Series. It is expected to be sold at $1039.

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