Intel Breaks Down the Line of 4-16 GB Notebook SSD

unboxing-hps-pavilion-dv2Base on the TG Daily, Intel has broken down the line of Z-P230 PATA solid-state drives. The SSD drives that has launched last summer were specifically made for portable and valuable desktop systems like netbooks and nettops. Both of them produce in capacity between 4 GB and 16 GB.

You know that SSD has 1.8 inches hard drive; four times smaller than the standard size. It is so beneficial since it doesn’t need a high power to be operated. The cheaper price of Z-P230 than the Z-P140 of MIDs (Mobile Internet Devices) company is really amazing. You only need to expense less than 15 dollars for the 4 GB versions, less than 25 dollars for the 8 GB and less than 45 dollars for the 16 GB.

However, Intel doesn’t launch anymore the laptop of Z-P230 SSD range. It focuses on the higher capacity laptop with 80 GB and 160 GB SSD that is cost more expensive. The last order receiving is only till May 4 2009 and will be last shipped on the 4th of June 2009.

Via: netbookchoice

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