Intel Joins Hands with A-DATA for SSDs

"Intel has entered in a new partnership with Taiwan based memory manufacturer A-DATA for co-branding its X25-M solid state drive (SSD)."

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Intel Joins Hands with A-DATA for SSDs

Intel's SSDs will now be co-branded with A-DATAIntel has entered in a new partnership with Taiwan based memory manufacturer A-DATA for co-branding its X25-M solid state drive (SSD). The new drive will carry logos of both companies, as shown in the image alongside from Hexus.

While Intel will be handling the actual manufacturing, A-DATA will take care of the customer service side of things. The new co-branded SSDs will comes with the same specifications as before – 80GB and 160GB capacities, and 250MB/s read and 70MB/s write speeds.

While A-DATA made the official announcement in a press-release, it did not confirm when these co-branded drives will be available or what they might cost.

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06-04-2009, 16:05:26

Bungral
what ya have to do with the old phone then?

06-04-2009, 16:13:21

Kempez
Sell it :p

06-04-2009, 16:23:43

Bungral

Sell it :p



Ok so 6 months in, if the new model comes out and you extend, you can keep the original or sell it? Is there a minimum time you would have had to have been with them? If not I'll just get the current Iphone now and wait until June / July and extend my contract!!

06-04-2009, 16:52:45

Kempez
Well with the iPhone, O² and Apple allowed you to switch from the 2.5G to the 3G and keep the old phone and I only had mine for like 2 months

06-04-2009, 17:59:46

mrapoc
those iphone contracts are mighty expensive so i shud think so :P

06-04-2009, 18:12:23

Kempez

those iphone contracts are mighty expensive so i shud think so :P



£35? Pfft

06-04-2009, 18:24:31

mrapoc
u dont get much allowance for that tho

06-04-2009, 18:26:41

Bungral

Well with the iPhone, O² and Apple allowed you to switch from the 2.5G to the 3G and keep the old phone and I only had mine for like 2 months



Think I'll have to have a word with my new service provider then.... Hmmm interesting stuff!

06-04-2009, 18:43:48

Kempez

u dont get much allowance for that tho



600 mins, 500 texts - does me fine. But then again, I realised a long time ago that MSN and e-mail were cheaper than a 50 character text message :D :p

Seriously though, I've never used up more than 500 texts in a month. That would be a serious waste of time :eek:

07-04-2009, 09:30:02

Bungral
Yup I wouldn't do that in txts.. Minutes might be close though.
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