Monster Digital, Silicon Power Intro New 7mm SSDs

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dalethepcman

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Did anyone else see 7mm in the title and think 7nm and that some super breakthrough in flash memory somehow snuck by the world?

Or was it just me?

A 7mm thick drive, hurray, now I can have a hard drive that rattles around in my laptop...
 
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What, no Nitrogen (N2) Gas-Injected Dielectrics in the PCB or 24k Gold Contacts on the SATA connectors??!?!?!
 

fatalshot808

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[citation][nom]nurgletheunclean[/nom]7mm is not new. 2009 Intel x25-m g2 is a 7mm drive.[/citation]
They didn't say 7nm was new to SSDs in general they said the it's a new product for Monster Digital.
 

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Okay, clearly I have not been paying attention. Monster makes (er, *ahem* re-brands) SSDs now? Are these forged within great silicon furnaces of Mordor? I'm reluctantly curious to see what kind of absurd gimmicks they'll try to pull in this market; that company has absolutely no shame.
 

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I do have to admit, though, I'm having a hard time finding something to hate about the Daytona series other than the fact that it's from Monster. Cognitive dissonance sucks.
 

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[citation][nom]dalethepcman[/nom]Did anyone else see 7mm in the title and think 7nm and that some super breakthrough in flash memory somehow snuck by the world?Or was it just me?[/citation]

I was hoping the 7 mm was a typo :)
 
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