80Gb Intel X25-m Solid-state Drive, 2nd Generation 34nm £170.99 delivered @ eBuyer
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80Gb Intel X25-m Solid-state Drive, 2nd Generation 34nm £170.99 delivered @ eBuyer

£170.99
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Found 9th Nov 2009
These have been very hard to get recently but eBuyer have some in stock today at a sensible price. (Others have them available for approx. £200 delivered)

*** This is the retail package which includes a 2.5" to 3.5" adapter. ***

Free delivery within 5 working days.

From eBuyer :-

Intel high performance Solid-State Drives (Intel SSDs) are designed to deliver outstanding performance and reliability. With no moving parts, Intel SSDs offer a quiet storage solution that responds quickly and uses less power. Compared to traditional hard disk drives, Intel SSDs are significantly more responsive, much more reliable, have lower power consumption and are completely quiet.

Intel SSDs are designed and validated specifically for PC applications using Intel's deep knowledge and understanding of PC design.

4 Comments

Picture shows 1st generation rubbish, though manufacturer code says "g2"

The G1s are not rubbish, they've very good drives (better than the G2s, currently).

DrRamtop;6829577

The G1s are not rubbish, they've very good drives (better than the G2s, … The G1s are not rubbish, they've very good drives (better than the G2s, currently).


In what way are they better?

DrRamtop;6829577

The G1s are not rubbish, they've very good drives (better than the G2s, … The G1s are not rubbish, they've very good drives (better than the G2s, currently).



I apologise for the rubbish comment. I just meant they were the old stock. Last year's technology.

Last year they were the best drives you could buy. However the 2nd generation are much better.

If you go into a Ford showroom and they say the 2009 model is £10K, but you could save a fiver by buying the old model, would you?
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