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Intel reduces prices on SSDs

New 34nm MLC NAND helps

| Storage News | Posted: Jul 21, 2009 4:02 pm

Intel has just announced their release of a 34nm NAND flash cell in an SSD. But while this is pretty cool news all on its own; the real news is that this will reduce the price of the existing 50nm versions.


According to Intel the move will help reduce the prices of the 50nm MLC SSDs by up to 60%... but that is 60% off of the original prices not current market prices.


The new pricing for the X-25-M 80GB will be $225; this is indeed 60% of the original $595. The problem is that you can get the X25-M 80GB for $324 from NewEgg this makes the new reduced price about 30% off the current market. The 160GB flavor of the X25-M will be $440, you can get the X25-M 160GB for $629 right now.


Don't get me wrong that is still a good bit off the price but not a 60% reduction to be sure.


Intel reduces prices on SSDs


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