Intel announced it has upgraded the warranty of its SSD 320 series from 3 to 5 years:
Confident in the enhanced reliability features of its recently introduced third-generation solid-state drive (SSD), Intel announced it has extended its limited warranty for the Intel® SSD 320 Series from three years to five years. The extended warranty term will apply to all Intel SSD 320 Series drives, including those already purchased. Additional limitations apply to enterprise usage levels. See full warranty details.
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Re: Intel SSD 320 gets 5-year warranty by Anonymous on Thursday, May 19 2011 @ 18:06:01 CEST
Superb move Intel. This is taking it to the next level, not just saying that a drive will last, but backing it up in writing. It also puts Intel drives in a new league that others have been unwilling to go to before, and may still not want to do.