If you drop by X-Bit Labs you can see three new SSDs compared, the 32GB Intel X25-E a 128GB Kingston V series and the 128GB Western Digital SiliconEdge Blue.  The smallest drive is also the most expensive and while technically the most expensive it is overshadowed by Intel’s X25-V in RAID.  Of course the other two drives might have trouble keeping up with the raw speed of the enterprise class SLC Intel drive, the use of MLC flash means that the drive is less expensive even with four times the total storage space.  Check out the full review to see what that means in detail.

“This roundup is going to cover several new SSDs: an inexpensive Intel X25-V, updated Kingston V Series drive and a coupe, of products from Western Digital.”

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