SanDisk talks SSDs, part two

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#1

I just posted the article SanDisk talks SSDs, part two.

CDFreaks yesterday posted the first article of our two-part interview with flash memory maker SanDisk, which is preparing for the solid-state drive (SSD) era.
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Read the full article here:  [http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/15208-SanDisk-talks-SSDs-part-two.html](http://www.cdfreaks.com/news/15208-SanDisk-talks-SSDs-part-two.html)

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#2

“128GB is more than enough.” lol. Sounds like a Gates statement.


#3

That’s what I first thought when I read that quote. :slight_smile:

But really, does the average PC user need that much storage space? I’m not talking the average CDFreaks’ forum member… thinking more along the lines of a person who uses the computer to browse the Internet, write e-mails, and work on Word documents. :o


#4

PAAAALEASE… 128GB isnt even close, Just to hold my personal data and music library i need a 500 GB drive, and then if i count my video i need 2 more TB. What is San Smoking?


#5

I assume you already solved this before by using external disks, otherwise you have an impressive disk on your PC.


#6

2 TB of data? And I’m sure none of that is porn. Heh heh.


#7

only 20GB is porn :bigsmile:


#8

HI THERE HOW MUCH STORAGE DO YOU NEED HOW MUCH ARE YOU USEING IF 2.5 TB TERABYTES IS STILL TOO LITTEL YOU CAN GET UP TOO A 6.5 TB TERABYTE SSD IF YOUR COMPUTER USES THE BIG 3.5 INCH SATA FORMATE BUT I DONT NOW THE PRICE TAG ONA 6.5 TERABYTE SSD DRIVE.