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    News - ADATA reckons 512GB SSD is the largest: we don't agree

    But it does have a mini-USB2.0 port.
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    Re: News - ADATA reckons 512GB SSD is the largest: we don't agree

    Im holding my laptop right to my face and it still doesnt make sense to me... all i see is scratches/pattern on the surface of the metal :/

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    Re: News - ADATA reckons 512GB SSD is the largest: we don't agree

    Problem is that these sort of drives (i.e. large capacity ssd's with an even larger price tag) are still a very niche market. They will only really become mainstream and a real purchasing option when they reach prices comparable with hdd's.

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    Re: News - ADATA reckons 512GB SSD is the largest: we don't agree

    £1000 for MLC, fantastic.

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