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Review: Intel's Series 335 delivers more SSD for less money

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  • Intel 335 Series 240GB SSD
    3.5/5
    $184.00
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    Intel's move to 20nm NAND flash renders higher-capacity SSDs more affordable.

At a Glance

Intel's move to 20nm NAND flash renders higher-capacity SSDs more affordable.

Price when rated: $184
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Pros

  • Lower cost per gigabyte than Intel's previous-generation SSDs
  • Free Intel SSD Toolbox and data migration software

Cons

  • 9.5mm profile renders it too thick for ultraportables
  • SSDs remain considerably more expensive than mechanical hard drives
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