|22-06-2012, 11:03 AM||#1|
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[Techreport.com] SSD prices in steady, substantial decline
On all too many occasions, we've bemoaned the state of hard drive prices. They rose sharply after last year's Thailand flooding and still haven't returned to what many of us would consider normal. There is good news on the storage front, though. The current generation of solid-state drives is cheaper than ever, with multiple models living comfortably below the dollar-per-gigabyte threshold.
To get a better sense of the SSD picture, we've analyzed a mountain of pricing information dating from early 2011 to Tuesday. The folks at Camelegg graciously provided the ...
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