Intel X25-X 'Value SSD' Rumoured

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Intel X25-X Rumoured
Intel are apparently planning a value solid state drive, called the X25-X, to compliment their existing X25-M and X25-E drives. The Fudzilla crowd say the drives will boast a very modest 170MB/s read and 35MB/s write speeds, whilst using 90mW of power when in use and 75mW when idle. It is apparently based on 34nm flash memory, hence the low price, with a 65 microsecond read latency,
Whilst it is far from ground breaking, it is intended to bring competitive performance at a lower cost, some time in Q4. The drives will be available in a 2.5" form factor and a 40GB capacity,
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12-10-2009, 13:45:42

UK media giant Sky has revealed it's plans to launch a digital music marketplace.

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14-10-2009, 06:47:54

Almost there.

14-10-2009, 14:11:27


Almost there.


14-10-2009, 14:13:19

From time to time there's an idea that comes out that doesn't quite make it.

14-10-2009, 14:28:01


The one thing they haven't yet revealed are the details regarding quality and bit rape of the music available, although it should be available in a variety of formats if they want to seriously compete with the likes of Amazon and others.


14-10-2009, 15:15:03

OMG, They didn't mention the bit rape! :o

14-10-2009, 15:15:50

Sorry, must have had rape on the mind :p

Spell check didn't catch that one ;)

14-10-2009, 15:16:48


Spell check didn't catch that one ;)

lol, because rape IS a word. :D

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