Crucial MX300 Limited Edition 750GB SSD Review @

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The cost of a storage option has always been a deciding factor and is something that has really been taken for granted.  For instance there was a time when a 500MB (yes megabyte) hard drive might have cost over $500 USD and has technology has improved we can get larger drives for less money.

This was an easy progression to monitor and eventually things became so affordable that many enthusiasts didn't care about storage aside from making it fast.

Fast forward to the launch of SSDs.  Here we have a super fast storage technology and an effective reset on price, so much in fact that many "young" users complained about the cost not knowing why it was priced that way.  Much like with system memory there is a limit to the storage density of a SSD and is something that 3D NAND is designed to address.

Crucial, a brand name from top five semiconductor company Micron Technology Inc, becomes the second company (in partnership with Intel) to develop and offer 3D NAND technology inside a Solid State Drive.  Read our thoughts on the Crucial MX300 750GB SSD.

Be sure to check out my review of the Crucial MX300 750GB SSD.  The drive is really good and marks a stepping stone to a viable replacement to rotational drives.

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