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OCZ Releases First 1TB Laptop SSD 128

Posted by timothy
from the want-want-want-want dept.
Lucas123 writes "OCZ today released a new line of 2.5-in solid state drives that have up to 1TB of capacity. The new Octane SSD line is based on Indilix's new Everest flash controller, which allows it to reduce boot-up times by half over previous SSD models. The new SSD line is also selling for $1.10 to $1.30 per gigabyte of capacity, meaning you can buy the 128GB for about $166."
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OCZ Releases First 1TB Laptop SSD

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  • Re:OCZ (Score:3, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday October 20, 2011 @06:34PM (#37785280)

    SSDs aren't meant/ready as a mass storage solution. They are a performance product aimed at system drives and portable devices -- situations where replacing them isn't a big deal data wise.

    Also. if you're storing data on one one drive you're an idiot no matter what kind of drive you are using.

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