We've just posted the following news: Lenovo reveals laptops with Intel 3D Xpoint Optane SSDs[newsimage]http://www.myce.com/wp-content/images_posts/2015/07/imft-3dxpoint2-95x75.png[/newsimage]
Chinese PC manufacturer Lenovo is the first to announce laptops with Intel Optane SSDs. They make use of the new 3D Xpoint memory that Intel and Micron have developed together. The SSDs have a capacity of 16GB and are used for caching and are combined with a regular HDD.
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If the solid-state components are used to compliment a magnetic drive, then that's literally not a solid-state drive. Rather, it's a solid-state-hybrid drive, or SSHD. (notice the "H"? It's the only letter in bold.)