Kingston Releases 40GB SSD Boot Drive

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nsk chaos

someone is thinking in the same direction as me...!!! =)

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skhills

I love that they pitch is as being cheaper than a new system since they can't distiguish it in terms of competing with comparable SSD offerings. 

 I'd say it's a pretty safe bet that any minor upgrade is cheaper than buying an equivalent new system.

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OddManOut

This is the beginning of the SSD price drop.  Just in time for Christmas!

It's a no-brainer that a study says HDDs will remain mainstream (http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/study_hdds_headed_bargain_bin_not_obsolescence).  Well duh, of course they will! They are in every computer out there.

However, SSDs will make huge gains in the next year as prices fall and capacity increases.  I think the transition will be faster than expected if computer manufacturers offer SSD drives.  Dell already has.

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