miércoles, 11 de mayo de 2011

Best News i've read today


Today i had receive the best tech news of the day, for my interest.
Since they came out, i'm a real fan of Solid State Drives, because of they performance and speed, but myself couldn't decide to give one to my laptop, because the cost that involves.

One of the main reasons that SSDs are not crowded is cost, which currently is estimated to average $ 2.5 per gigabyte.

Clear that this could have a drastic change from the second half of next year, when prices of these devices have a drop of up to 60% remaining at $ 1 per gigabyte.

According to Gartner, the company that conducted the study, the decrease in the cost of SSD would be mainly to develop new manufacturing methods that increase their storage capacity at a lower cost. To this must be added the fact that more and more companies are opting for this type of storage units, which naturally affects that prices will fall.

It is hoped that the outcome of the consultancy is met, there are many benefits that SSDs provide as to not invest in them.

Source: Crunchgear

25 comentarios:

  1. Yeah i'd be interested if it was a bit cheaper.

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  2. Yeah, I really want a SSD too. SATA is outdated. :p

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  3. Sweet. Your blog is definitely my style, following!

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  4. Great to know, gonna wait untill the prices drop to buy ^_^

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  5. thanks for this informations. great blog.following

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  6. wow is definitely great news! finally.

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  7. Great news :) thanks for the info!

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  8. Great blog! Keep the good stuff comming.

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  9. Just the news I wanted. I have a single 60Gb SSD because that was all I could afford. I want to get some more and setup a RAID config. So with these price drops I can do that.

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  10. Good news man. I'm following for more.

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  11. It's funny because drives like this will probably cost $1 per terabyte in the next 10 years

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