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    BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Fancy capacity and latency-busting performance in one SSD? BiTMICRO may well have the answer.
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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Yes please.... I'd like to know the price though

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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Sounds excellent/interesting but I'm willing to bet this'll be wallet-bruising beyond the ordinary user's pockets!

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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Definitely a wallet-ravager. But it's about time somebody fielded a product like this.
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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    I suspect you will be talking 20,000$

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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    What's that in imperial money tho?
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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Looks like a nice product. In 5-10 years I'll buy one for $100-300.

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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    What's that in imperial money tho?
    $20,000 = £10,000
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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Nice but loads a wonga I bet

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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Quote Originally Posted by dangel View Post
    What's that in imperial money tho?
    Really funny. I hope that was a joke. (Use xe.com/ucc, if it wasn't...)

    Quote Originally Posted by climbingkid View Post
    Nice but loads a wonga I bet
    416 is 26 16's or better still, in the current context, 13 x 32.

    My guess is this "one SSD" is rather large, fitting 13 - capable, but single - drives in one "unit".

    It might not be, but it sure sounds about right, doesn't it?

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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Availability of larger ssd's will , hopefully, help hasten the price drop.

    Why pata, and not sata?

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    Re: BiTMICRO to launch 416GB solid state drive

    Quote Originally Posted by vinnyT View Post
    Why pata, and not sata?
    Doesn't make sense, does it?

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