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Windows 7 not expected to boost SSD sales

Posted on Friday, July 03 2009 @ 01:30:25 CEST by


Notebook vendors expect the arrival of Windows 7 will not have a large impact on solid state disk sales, largely because the price gap with HDDs is still too high. DigiTimes heard that only 1 percent of all notebooks shipped this year will feature a SSD.
Since current SSDs are priced around US$4-5 per GB, while HDDs cost less than US$0.50 per GB, the sources expect SSDs are unlikely to become the mainstream specification for at least three years, even though Windows 7 will include several optimizations specifically targeted at SSD-equipped systems.




 



 

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