The Solid State Drive market was really shaken after Intel unveiled their X25-M series for consumers. It is a multi-level chip (MLC) NAND flash model and by now appears that Intel is more or less changed the current MLC market with its own controllers and memory chips.

Those who have tested current generation Intel SSDs have found it vastly superior to the earliest generation of consumer flash drives. This drive manages sustained sequential read speeds of up to 250 MBps, and write speeds of up to 70 MBps, with a read latency of just 85 microseconds.

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