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It is said that Seagate WON'T make consumer SSDs (for people like us), until the production cost goes 10 cents per GB.
Edited by metala - 5/31/08 at 3:09pm
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post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by OCZedd View Post


And they want them by 2009, 1TB SSD's for $100 the future looks bright.
wish i had that much space on my MS Pro Duo... i'd get all the family guy/ southpark episodes on there, with a few movies to keep me entertained...
post #13 of 15
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It is said that Seagate WON'T make consumer SSDs (for people like us), until the production cost goes 10 cents per GB.
Well, the Raptor wasn't a consumer drive either to begin with..

All it takes is for them to trickle down from 'crazy' to 'nearly reasonable' price levels and enthusiasts will snap them off the shelves.

Obviously it'll take longer for them to replace the 1TB drives, but who cares, noone's using Raptors for storage either.
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WOAH 100gb SSD for $100
That's not going to happen any time soon...
that would be 100gb for $10.00
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I wish the pace of technology would slow down so I could catch up with it much better. Im struggling as it is.
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