Monday, November 7, 2011

hard drives prices rises and SSD industry benefits

The recent flooding in Thailand strongly affected the major hard drive manufacturers,Seagate and Western Digital has been warning that shortages of products for the coming months, although the vast majority of companies in the industry have been affected production lines at least November. But fishermen gain troubled waters, and in this case would be the industry-state drives (SSD) that will benefit from therotating disk problems.

And that is despite the fact that SSDs have a much higher price, have been the holidays and in addition, these products offer superlative performance against its competitors, so that manufacturers may have no other choice but to include thesedevices in their models of PCs in general, and also that the price gap has narrowedsignificantly by the shortage.

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