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Ritek joins the 128GB SSD crowd

Nilay Patel
01.07.08
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Now that 64GB SSDs are getting (somewhat) commonplace, it looks like 128GB is the new standard top-end size, as Ritek joins Samsung in announcing the triple-digit capacity. The 2.5-inch SATA drive features a crazy 300MB/s burst read speed, SMART monitoring, and a read / write rating of two million cycles. Those of you who are just extremely wealthy as opposed to fabulously so might be interested in the 32GB and 64GB versions -- we hear business class is just as nice.

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