Specifications, Availability and Pricing
On paper the X2-256 has the exact same specs as the X2-128 other than the obvious capacity difference. All of the same features and benefits of SSD tech have made their way into the X2 Series; features like a wide range of operating temperatures, high resistance to shock and of course very high IOPS.
DVNation, the sponsor of this review currently stocks the Solidata X2-256 and it has a cost of 1099.00 USD. Certainly the X2-256 won't be receiving a value award even if it does manage to outperform Intel's offerings. At this price point the X2-256 is well outside of the consumer space and is strictly an enterprise drive.
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