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Monday, July 16, 2012
Intel Adds 240GB to SSD 330 Series, and Lowers SSD Prices


Intel is expanding the capacity range for its consumer solid-state drive (SSD), the Intel SSD 330 Series, with a new 240 gigabyte (GB) model.

In addition, the company has lowered suggested reseller pricing on a number of Intel Solid-State Drives including the Intel SSD 520 Series, 330 Series and 320 Series product lines.


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