On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 12:30:25PM -0500, Gary Gatten wrote:
> If it's fast enough to allow one to work unimpeded, has acceptable
> lifetime/reliability, and uses less power/generates less heat than
> traditional platter HD - I'd say it's a good solution.  It's not a one
> size fits all world.
        hm.  but then, the rhetorical question might be: Does any one thing 
        fit everyone?

        seriously, i did check the specs sheet for this flavor of SSD.  the most
        noteworthy thing was the statement that this device lasts ten years
        before it fails to hold state.  the youtube video demo'd the narrator
        using windoze XP and editing a video, then task-switching and browsing 
        net.  it showed some girl talking; her voice was audible.  

        i'll post the site if i ever find it, but i gather it was from dec, '08.


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