It's (Dongo?) again and I gotta say if that guy would be another router or hard drive and you're almost right because of a solid safe drive.
It's a Pro-B macrom run core.
Now I went to run core for the first time SCS251which is a couple weeks ago and this is the first, one of the first (??) drive are completely offering in the states.
The Pro B mac coming to the standard 2.5 inc design.
On the front here inside the SATA slot.
The drive support SATA3 offering up to 60 bit per second laid well with all existing SATA standards.
The biggest different in design the drive has is the fact that it comes with a very shiny aluminum casing which is a good thing if you want to show of in a transparent casing computer design.
Unify all the standard host for mousing screws which made work in all application where in normal SATA hard drive will be used and I try it in almost everything in application obviously the dry is best you as a main hard drive for a computer where it host to OS.
Be my testing the drive off of great overall performance improvement.
The computer take like 11 seconds to boot off and just a few seconds to shut down and all application load really fast.
The only place where the drive is not very good is copying.
But copying is not exactly the triumph of full state drive in general because they are designed for random access.
The only complaint I have about this drive is the pricing.
It's either here it's only few gigabyte and suppose to cost $450 which translates into about $2 per gigabyte about the height on the market.
Run core to say that the street price of the Pro B Mac will be lower very soon.
So it's a great until then before you purchase one.
In the mean time, just go to (share.com?) and check out the full review of the unit to see how it's packed up against all those in stays on the market.
Once again my name is (Dongo?) and this has been the first low as the run core Pro B mac (??) drive
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