26 July, 2014: As exciting as we find SSDs, and in particular Intel’s new model, their limitations are not insignificant to the average consumer. As you can see from our chart below, the price-per-gigabyte of a typical 160GB desktop hard drive is almost 10 times less than that of previous generation SSD drives, and almost 25 times that of Intel’s new model. That makes the value proposition for Intel’s new SSD, from a pure-gigabytes-per-dollar perspective, very hard to stomach. Intel only offers one 80GB capacity drive, but it’s available in 2.5-inch and 1.8-inch sizes for compatibility with a variety of modern desktops and laptops. The Serial ATA data and power inputs on the Intel drive mirror those of other SSDs as well as traditional hard drives, so while you may need drive rails to adapt it to a desktop chassis, the physical cable connections remain unchanged. Instead of storing data on traditional hard disks, solid-state drives use large blocks of flash-based NAND memory, which means these drives have no moving parts to malfunction over time. With no physical platter to spin like traditional hard drives, SSDs are faster at accessing data, and they also use less power and generate less heat, of particular benefit to laptops. 

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Use “Full Scan” to recover lost files Intel X25-M High Performance SSD if partitions show as “raw” or recover files which can not be found with “undelete”and “unformat” and “recover partition”. 

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