Sunday, May 6, 2012

Crucial Solid State Drives at All Time Low Price Point

The fact that Crucial would be a leader in competitive SSD pricing has been front and center for quite some time now.
In fact, only a few days ago we posted what we thought to be a great deal on the Crucial M4 128GB SSD as it broke the $1/GB barrier and seemed to be a sign of things to come.

It seems like Crucial has done it once again. They have dropped the price of some of their most popular lines and increased production. Solid state drives are suddenly becoming affordable. Their latest prices put them under $1/GB. This should make things interesting, especially among their competitors.

Crucial/Micron  makes no secret of the fact that they ‘Own the Fab’ which, as Wayne Eisenberg had predicted in an earlier report, puts them in a very unique position with so few other NAND flash memory manufacturers to literally control market pricing of SSDs.

This morning at Amazon.Com the Crucial M4 256GB SSD hit an all time low of $199.99 which now brings the bar of SSD pricing to a low 78 cents a gigabyte. Check this link out and grab one before their gone!!!

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