Transcend Intorduces A 16GB SSD That Might Break The Bank

Posted: Apr 3 2007, 3:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:24am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

Transcend Intorduces a 16GB SSD that might Break the Bank
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I was all excited about SSD tech when I first heard about it and then seeing several drives in action at CES this year really got me lusting after my own SSD. Then the drives start hitting market and my enthusiasm waned.

I mean dang; $1337 for a wimpy 16GB of storage just squashes my geek lust like a bug. You won’t see me dropping that kind of cash for SSD any time soon. I can only hope that prices drop quickly so we can get some affordable SSD loving.The Transcend SSD isn’t an internal drive, rather this drive is meant to augment a notebook and works in the ExpressCard slot. I’m not sure if you could use an ExpressCard drive as a boot drive, but if you just have to get an SSD for your notebook here it is. Story and image via Engadget

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