by Thomas Ricker,
You’ve read the review, now Verizon’s BlackBerry Storm is available for purchase for $200 on two-year contract. Really, what’s left to say — you’re either ready to pull the trigger or not.
We can think of exactly one reason Samsung still won’t dish out a price on its completely mind-melting 256GB FlashSSD: because those that have to know, can’t afford. The drive, which was announced way back in May of the year two-thousand and eight, doubles the performance rates of the firm’s 64GB and 128GB SSDs. More specifically, we’re looking at sequential read rates of 220MB/sec and sequential write rates of 200MB/sec, and in layman’s terms, it’s quick enough to store 25 HD movies in 21 minutes and open basic applications 10 times faster than the quickest 7,200RPM notebook drive. In other words, you want.