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Old 2nd January 2011, 19:57   #1
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Default SSD shrinkage leads to Intel 310 Series

Intel has introduced a family of tiny 310 Series solid-state drives targeted at tablets, ultraportables, and dual-drive notebooks. The drives have similar prices and performance specifications to full-sized SSDs while occupying a fraction of the footprint.

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