The speed in which solid state is evolving is incredible. The best thing for consumers is that so many companies are quickly beefing up their product lines which will result in even lower prices as this market becomes saturated with products all vying for your Dollar.
the Walton Chaintech APOGEE 64 GB SSD is a good choice for users that are able to live with the capacity. Personally it is difficult to recommend anything less than 128GB of storage space for enthusiasts to use with their notebooks. The APOGEE 64GB would make a great scratch drive in a desktop or even a decent boot drive where other, larger storage drives are available. Notebook users generally don't have the option to use two or more drives, so primary storage capacity becomes essential.
The MSRP of the APOGEE seems to fall in line with other products in its class. The market will determine how much under or over the actual price will be set at. Hopefully Chaintech is able to get these drives to the market before too long so that early adopters can have a chance at them.
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