Neoseeker : News : SSD gets big with new 400GB & 480GB drives from OCZ
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Gangsta692 May 25, 10
Holy cow that's a lot of money to throw on a SSD. But still, it's pretty damn cool.
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Shadow of Death May 25, 10
For a second I thought it said "$200" and I thought "That's cheap" and then I saw Gansta's comment, and double checked XD

No thanks, I'd rather just spend all that money on an entire new PC....
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Gangsta692 May 25, 10
Exactly, I was wondering who would buy that SSD?
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kspiess May 25, 10
Generally either a) wealthy people or b) businesses with specialized computing needs.

^^ that's how goes with many new types of hardware. Then, after a while, it eventually becomes affordable for the rest of us.
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THM May 25, 10
No worries, folks!!!!!!!!!

The price of the above-mentioned SSD will be around $10 in the next 10 years or so
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Gangsta692 May 25, 10
Yeah but it's gonna be the suckiest SDD by then
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Northern49 May 25, 10
Can't find the torrent for this hard drive on tpb... anyone got seedz?
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boing May 30, 10
$2000 for the 400GB? What a RIP. I'd rather buy two 256GB drives for $599 a piece for a total of $1198. Then it would be a total of 512GB or 112 GB larger than this 400GB turkey here. Or I could get 3 128GB (384GB), for $265 * 3 can be had for $795. (<< best deal).

But really, I wouldn't even get a drive that big anyway. But again, this 400GB drive is a RIP that serves only one purpose which is to show it can be done, and will be a cheap bargain in 2 years.
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