SanDisk SSD 'a cheaper alternative than a new computer'26 July 2011 15:25:24
SanDisk has unveiled a new product that could appeal to computer users looking to boost the performance of their hardware.
According to the company, its Ultra solid state drive (SSD) will "extend the life" of notebooks and desktop PCs and provide an alternative to a hard disk drive.
The company's director of product marketing Kent Perry said: "Our new SSD delivers greater speed and reliability than a hard disk drive at an affordable price."
He added purchasing the product will be "more cost effective" than parting with cash for a new computer.
Consumers can choose from 60 GB, 120 GB and 240 GB options with prices varying according to the size of the memory on offer.
Alternatively, people may prefer to take a closer look at the new MacBook Air 13-inch, which Andrew Hoyle, writing for Cnet.co.uk, recently suggested is "beautifully constructed" and likely to attract admiring glances from others in the office.
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