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Intel Corp. this week said it had slashed the prices of its X25-M solid-state drives (SSDs) in 2.5” form-factor aimed at mainstream notebooks as well as high-performance desktops. Depending on capacity, the price-cut is either $50 or $100 per unit.

The Intel X25-M mainstream SSDs are available in 80GB and 160GB capacities and achieve up to 250MB/s read speeds, up to 70MB/s write speeds and 85ms read latency, according to Intel. The X-25M solid-state drives feature Serial ATA-300 interface.

After the price decrease, Intel X25-M 80GB became $50 cheaper and can now be found starting from $340, whereas X25-M 160GB lost $100 and can now be acquired for $604 or higher.

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