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|13th August 2009, 09:58||#1|
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Samsung is targeting PC gamers with its ultra-cool 256 GB SSD
Samsung revealed today that it is kicking off a new campaign by targeting the PC gaming industry with its high-performance 256 GB solid state drives (SSD). The company hopes to capture gamers with the "lightning-fast processing power" offered by it SSDs, providing superior performance over traditional hard disk drives, and longer battery power for the notebook gamer.
The 256 GB drives--now available for desktops and notebooks--went into mass production back in November 2008, boasting sequential read rates of 220 MB/sec., sequential write rates of 200 MB/sec., and erase cycles of 100 GB per minute. The SSDs also consume 1.1 watts of power.
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