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Me: "So the vertex 3 should be released this week? do you have a finite
date now? Looking to upgrade 200+ computers."



"You should see it online for sale at the end of March."

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Cell: 408.242.0226

So it sounds like they are shipping it out to distributors now. I have also convinced my boss to wait for this vs getting the Intel 510 now.
    
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throw in one for me when you order them
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Originally Posted by icebeam View Post
Me: "So the vertex 3 should be released this week? do you have a finite
date now? Looking to upgrade 200+ computers."



"You should see it online for sale at the end of March."

Tom Wong
OCZ Technology
Director, OEM Sales
Phone: 408.440.3451
Cell: 408.242.0226

So it sounds like they are shipping it out to distributors now. I have also convinced my boss to wait for this vs getting the Intel 510 now.
200 computers? What kind of work environment?

There are some advantages of the Intel 510 (no DuraWrite limit, 34nm NAND for more P/E cycles, Intel validation)
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For a small/medium company that does construction management consulting and some building to keep a company in pace with their critical path. We are going with the SSD option because no matter how many times you tell construction worker they cant be rough with their laptop like they are with their truck they just don't get it. Also sense they move from site to site they are constantly turning windows on and off. If you knew how many 7200rpm HDDs we have replaced you would understand the 70k budget for this.
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My god, how many threads did you make about the V3?
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Not enough because it is still not out

Na, I asked a mod to delete 2 but never came around (:
    
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