I’m not arguing either. The drive i was sent to review was the G1 series, and that is the drive i reviewed, that is all i could test. I have requested a G2 series (again), and will test if Intel send one.
You’ll also note that i said the X25-M is great drive, the G2 series is still called the X25-M, so i have no hesitation in recommending the X25-M, although i personally feel the Indilinx based drives suit my usage pattern better, as it will with many other users.
I really do not wish to go against a guy who made my computer experience (and that of thousands of others) that much better.
If this sentence was aimed at me, then i thank you for the comment, but i would like to point out, that i’m NOT a guy.
Thanks for the comments. I have been looking at this new Linux file system, and indeed it looks very interesting. The problem with Linux (although i like Linux) is, it’s not nearly so much used as Windows but, i do intend to investigate this file system, and see what it has to offer.
RE new NAND.
Many manufacturers are now moving to either 34nm or 32nm fab processes, including Samsung and Toshiba. Micron has already made the move, as seen in the G2 series of Intel drives.
Hopefully, this will drive down NAND prices.