Although the device we’ve had tested first appeared on the market in the
first quarter of 2010, the fact that only now we were able to review it
speaks volumes about its availability on the market and the currently
manufactured quantities. The model that we’ve received for testing is
one of the three currently available with the WD SiliconEdge Blue
marking. It’s an SSD with a capacity of 256 GB, with cheaper 128 GB and
64 GB version also available...
With the release dates for Black and Green models still unknown, and
taking into consideration the fact that SiliconEdge Blue comes with a
three-year warranty, little is left for us to do other than recommend
this SSD wholeheartedly, especially to those who haven’t switched to
Windows 7 yet.