With the economy so bad in most of the world and sales of computer components and full systems lagging, prices have started to drop for some components. One of the components that has become cheaper over the last few months are SSDs.
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It wasn't so long ago that buying a SSD meant you were looking at spending $1000 or more. Today the price of SSDs is dropping at an impressive rate. Intel has one of the better SSDs on the market with its X25-M and the storage device can now be purchased for under $370 on Newegg.com.
The SSD has 80GB of storage and is one of the fastest SSDs that consumers can get their hands on today. That is still a lot of coin for a mere 80GB of storage. When prices for 120GB or 160GB of storage hit the same $350 range, things will start looking a lot more interesting for consumers.
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Via Laptop Mag