Originally Posted by DiNet
But the part of first isn't true?
I've seen TB ssd on newegg for $5k+ and there's OCZ ssd drive. Seems really something wrong with this article.
edit: newegg one was in enterprise SSD section. Not there anymore..
It is true. Number one its cnet, number two the 256gb has been out for a while. Because you may not understand does not make it false. A little research on your part perhaps? google
Here is the little brother on Amazon.com 256GB $390 USDhttp://www.amazon.com/256gb data traveler
SSD's have a much faster read/write response time. In theory you could carry them around if needed. As long as your not worried about ESD.Edited by DrFPS - 1/8/13 at 11:10am