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Intel X25-M SSD priced, released & tested: Expensive but Impressive

Intel X25-M SSD priced, released & tested: Expensive but Impressive

Intel's new consumer SSDs - the X18-M and X25-M - have been officially announced, with pricing confirmed for the 80GB model.  Based on MLC NAND flash chips, the two drives differ in form factor (1.8-inch and 2.5-inch), with pricing from $595 (for system builders).  The 2.5-inch SSD is at the heart of HP's EliteBook 6930p battery-busting 24hr laptop - with HP claiming the X25-M improves battery life by 7-percent over traditional drives - and has also been on the Laptop Mag and PC Perspective test benches.

Intel 120GB X25-M SSD arrives along with price-cuts

Intel 120GB X25-M SSD arrives along with price-cuts

We're not entirely convinced that an SSD is everybody's idea of a great holiday gift, but if you're shopping for the geek in your life then the news that Intel has slashed solid-state drive prices and introduced a new, 120GB X25-M SATA model might be useful. The 80GB X25-M SSD now has an RRP of $199, while the new 120GB drive has an RRP of $249.

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Intel X25-M 80 and 160GB SSDs Get Price Break

Intel X25-M 80 and 160GB SSDs Get Price Break

One of the best parts of having your own PC, is making it your own. You get to pick the parts that go into your tower, along with every other piece of accessory. If that's your thing, you can do pretty much whatever you want with your PC. The only trouble is, usually, the price. For example, when the Intel X25-M 80GB broke cover a little over two years ago, it had a price tag of $595. Luckily it took a price cut last July, getting it down to $225. But now it's even less, even if it's just for a limited time.

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Intel 160GB X25-M SSD begins shipping

Intel 160GB X25-M SSD begins shipping

Intel have begun shipping the 160GB version of their X25-M solid-state drive.  The new SSD doubles the capacity of the previous model, the 80GB, and is initially only available in the 2.5-inch form-factor; a 1.8-inch 160GB X18-M SSD will begin shipping in January 2009.  No official pricing has been announced for either drive; however the 80GB X25-M currently retails for around $540.

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