Sunday, Sunday, Sunday - At the State Fairgrounds... It could be an obnoxious commercial on the radio but I'm a bit excited to see this. We just saw that Amazon has the Seagate 600 Pro 240GB SSD for $119.99. This is Seagate's upper tier model SATA model with host power loss protection, higher grade NAND flash over the consumer focused 600 non-Pro and has a five year warranty.
I didn't expect to see a drive like the 600 Pro reach this price point for some time but this just goes to show that the market is changing rapidly. Setting the stage, the 600 Pro isn't a budget SSD or even a drive designed for the mainstream market. This is a real deal kick ass drive designed for entry-level enterprise use. Just days ago we reviewed an entry-level 256GB class SSD that cost $89.99 and now this premium model for a even less than 50 Cents per GB of total NAND flash.
Can it get any better than this?
Be sure to read Jon's RAID Report on two Seagate 600 Pro 200GB drives.