What’s that?  You are tired of just having ONE of the Intel X25-M solid state drives in your system and just need to spend that $500 you got for the holidays from grammy?  Good news for you then: engadget is showing off news of an upcoming A-Data product that will allow you to use a pair of SSDs (or any 2.5″ HDDs) in a RAID configuration and also install the pair in a standard 3.5″ hard drive bay. 

A-Data SSD RAID Enclosure for all those with too much money - Storage 2

It apparently won’t be available until well into Q1 of this year, but it definitely looks like an interesting way to get those SSDs in your gaming rig.
So yeah, the easy part about getting the SSD RAID setup of your not-so-lofty dreams is the acquisition of A-DATA’s newest XPG Dual SSDRAID enclosure. The tough part is smuggling enough cash in through untraceable means to procure a few 256GB SSDs. For those who don’t mind living dangerously, the aforesaid chassis is compatible with twin 2.5-inch SATA SSDs and / or HDDs mounted on a standard 3.5-inch form factor drive cage. Users can connect it to a PC via SATA or USB once those drives have been acquired and installed, but you’ll have to wait until the end of this quarter to see it ship.