Intel took the SSD realm by storm this week with the long awaited release of their first 510 series SATA 3 SSD.
Although consumers were anxious for the news, reviewers had to remain tight lipped having received their pre-release sample a day or so prior and being sworn to silence until Intels release date of 29 Feb 11.
Here is the full specs and Reviews on Intel 510 Series SSDs.
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