Intel is expanding its range of Sata solid state drives with a 160GB version in two different sizes.
The company is adding to the X25-M 2.5in Sata solid-state drives with new laptop-friendly 160GB versions now, and is planning a 1.8in version for ultra-light portable devices for release in early January.
Current pricing for the new 160GB Intel SSD drives is $945 (£640) in quantities of under 1,000.
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