OCZ has developed a nifty small form-factor solid-state drive (SSD) for netbook users to expand storage capacity without adding a battery-sapping hard drive. The mini PCI Express SSD plugs into a PCIe slot. A SATA interface version comes with either 16 or 32GB capacity, reads data at 110MB/s and writes it half as fast at 51MB/s …
Still way slower...
Than one made by Runcore
No Linux support?
But Linux *is* the netbook. Linux was going to take over the world via the netbook! 2009 was going to be the year of Linux!
Unless, of course, that was just more crap as usual and Linux will continue to wither and die on netbooks as it has everywhere else.
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