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When will the WD SSHD come out?

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Seem like there is no updated date yet. It is very exciting that it will include 8gb to 24gb of nand cache inside. What price would it be would be interesting and also see how seagate reacts to that. I believe seagate will cut off its current 8gb nand cache sshd price once wd makes its shd available to the market.
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I'd assume it's coming out soon since apparently the Ultra Slim Blue is out. It too is 5mm and up to 500GB though there is no NAND cache and it uses a standard SATA connector as opposed to the Black's specialized connector. I can't find a release date for it either, sorry.
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I did not know black has special connector
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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicornΒ View Post

I'd assume it's coming out soon since apparently the Ultra Slim Blue is out. It too is 5mm and up to 500GB though there is no NAND cache and it uses a standard SATA connector as opposed to the Black's specialized connector. I can't find a release date for it either, sorry.
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I did not know black has special connector
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Originally Posted by CynicalUnicornΒ View Post

I'd assume it's coming out soon since apparently the Ultra Slim Blue is out. It too is 5mm and up to 500GB though there is no NAND cache and it uses a standard SATA connector as opposed to the Black's specialized connector. I can't find a release date for it either, sorry.

This one: http://www.thessdreview.com/daily-news/latest-buzz/western-digital-confirms-new-ultra-slim-wd-black-hybrid-drive-not-haswell-devslp-compliant/
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so look like This WD black SSHD is just for OEM come with the ultrabook, and the only way to upgrade is by buying another new version of this series because of the special connector.

So WD is not planning to put their SSHD in retail market yet?
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so look like This WD black SSHD is just for OEM come with the ultrabook, and the only way to upgrade is by buying another new version of this series because of the special connector.

So WD is not planning to put their SSHD in retail market yet?
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