Solid State Drive Roundup 2011 @ Real World Labs

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    Solid State Drive Roundup 2011 @ Real World Labs


    Back in 2010 we were proud to bring all of you the single largest SSD roundup to date with units from almost every manufacturer in the field. Today you can follow us once again in yet another unique comparison as we take a total of 16 brand new solid state drives through a large number of tests for all of you to see just which one's the king of the hill currently and which one's best suited for your personal needs.
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    February 2011 - Internal - 128 GB - SATA - Solid State
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